Me. Me. Moi. Me.
I always knew that one year of high school French would come in handy.
I have the best excuse ever for not writing B3 today. They're predicting snow for Wednesday. I'd explain why that means no writing on Sunday, but it would take way too long. Trust is an important thing, so just trust me. Wednesday snow=no writing on Sunday.
It would be inaccurate to say I haven't gotten any work done, since I have been thinking a lot about B3 and making changes and adjustments to its plot (for details, follow this link to the thirdmoonbook blog).
To prove to you that I have been thinking (trust only goes so far), I took a picture of my high class computer cabinet (the cabinet; the computer is just middle class) door. Note all the different color post-its. It's like an archeological dig, each color representing a different era of thought. The yellow ones are the most recent.
See the postcard? She's the oldest thing on the door, and dates back to last spring (I think). I no longer remember which version of the third book she was an inspiration for, but I still love looking at her, so she's stayed up there.
Meanwhile, One Book New Jersey has updated its website and its wonderful selection of products that have Life As We Knew It on them. I cleverly took a photograph of the interior of my high class computer cabinet, so you could see the big pile of white sheets that represent 138 pages of B3, but also so you could see on my moniter the refrigerator magnets and notecards One Book New Jersey is selling.
Because they're predicting snow on Wednesday, tomorrow morning I'll do my shopping. Then I'll get back to writing B3.
I will. I will. Trust me. I will!