Tuesday, 13 September 2011


1.    Hooray! Time to write.
2.    I’ll just make a coffee
3.    I’ll just check Twitter
4.    And Blogger
5.    Ooo that looks interesting – I’ll read that link
6.    I’ll comment. Best sign in
7.    Now I’m in I’ll visit some other blogs and comment
8.    I’ll update my own blog while I’m here
9.    Best update Twitter
10.    Have I checked my email?
11.    Ah. Just got to reply to that one. And that other one.
12.    Best check my work email just in case
13.    Hooray! Now I can start writing
14.    I’ll just go and make another coffee
15.    I really fancy listening to some music
16.    Love that video. Oh, I remember that song
17.    What are the lyrics to that song?
18.    I really need to sing along to this
19.    Found them! Let’s play and sing.
20.    I can sing a different song SO much better
21.    Found other song. Sing that instead
22.    Where are the cats?
23.    I’m hungry
24.    I really need to eat something sweet
25.    Biscuits are marvellous
26.    Where is my notebook?
27.    My notebook was under that really interesting book
28.    Might just read that page
29.    Will google that author and see what else they have written
30.    Will buy that on Amazon
31.    Where is my credit card?
32.    Marvellous. Oh, I might buy that DVD as well.
33.    Must back away from Amazon.
34.    I really need to write something
35.    I’m cold – need to find a jumper
36.    Hooray! I’m at my desk
37.    Where are my glasses?
38.    Wonder if I’ve had an interesting email yet?
39.    Wonder if the postman has been?
40.    Seriously, where are the cats?
41.    I’ll just go and make a cup of tea
42.    Wonder if anyone has commented on my blog?
43.    What can I see outside the window?
44.    I need to water that plant
45.    Who eats the pens in this house?
46.    Oh – the tumble dryer is beeping
47.    Might just cuddle the cats for a bit
48.    A snooze might help my creativity
49.    Is it time for lunch?
50.    I love days at home writing


Jenny Beattie said...

Love it. That was my yesterday!

Eliza said...

Thats me every day! Not writing but everything I do, no self discipline or concentration at all.

Reb Alexander said...

So that's why it takes three hours to get started!

Christine Rains said...

Ha! I know that sort of day.

Old Kitty said...

You check your work email while on a day off!?!? Desist immediately!
That'll leave no. 12 free for more coffee! Yay! Take care

Laura Marcella said...

LoL, I can so relate to this kind of day! Good luck getting started! You know, after you check your email and Twitter and pet the cats one more time... ;)

Talli Roland said...

Haha! I can *so* relate to this!

Tracy Z. said...


That has been me here lately!

Maggie May said...

Oh funny! I can relate to that.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Out on the prairie said...

I wrote a thousand words on my way to check my email. i opened the file to add a few ideas and BAM it flowed until my stomach said feed me.

Kenda Turner said...

Mirror image of some of my days! Thanks for a fun post...

authorsoundsbetterthanwriter said...

Here here!

E.R. King said...

Add three kids and a husband to that, and you've just described my day. :D

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Have you been peeking in my window?

Debbie said...

Ditto. And then it was tea-time. However, whilst the salmon was doing its thing, I managed to complete that third chapter.

wannabe a writer said...

You have a typical writing day down to a tee. My suggestion is to disconnect the internet or go somewhere you can't access it. Recently I had to invigialte a 3 hour exam. I took my notebook and whilst checking that no one was cheating or needing more paper I wrote more then I ever do if I'm on the computer -oh the temptation - take me to a nunnery I need some silence!

The Golden Eagle said...

LOL. It's so easy to get distracted. :P

Janet O'Kane said...

For cats read dogs and chickens, but apart from that you've pretty well nailed my sort of day. Loved it.

jbchicoine said...

...adding to that list, I could add, Comment on Jaynes blog...! :)

Jane said...

Oh GOD. That was my day. Except I'm not as honest as you. I call it 'researching' on the internet. Even when that includes 'researching whether that Vivienne Westwood jacket is mine yet.' Great blog!

Lola X said...

Such a great post! Love visiting your blog!

Lola x

Tracy Jo said...

That is hilarious! I think I just read my brain on paper. :-) Have a wonderful weekend!

Bob Sanchez said...

This is perfect. It's why I love writing, too!

Dolly said...

So well put. That is often how I am when a blank sheet of paper in my sketchbook stares up at me ...

orbit said...

Oh, so many can relate! If only I were stronger! My blog has turned into my excuse for setting what I hope to be a first novel aside every f#@*ing day!