"What is your favorite beach?"
Unlike a lot of people, I'm not a huge beach fan. I love the heat but not such a fan of sand and waves. And worse, crowds of people. I don't hate the beach and can enjoy a few days there but not much longer. If I have to pick one, I would pick Myrtle Beach. We spent family vacations there with our children and last summer, actually one year ago as of yesterday, my son was married on that beach. His sister and three of his brothers were in the wedding party. It was a great family time.
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In case you're feeling the sneezes outside here in the northeast, I saw a stat that said a single ragweed plant can release one billion grains of pollen over the course of a season. Achoo. Bless you.
Don't forget this Wednesday is IWSG. If you're not sure what to write about, here is this month's question. Feel free to use or not.
What was your first piece of writing as an aspiring author? Where is it now? Collecting dust or has it been published?
Last week I mentioned that I needed suggestions of some summer TV to watch. Hart Johnson and Marcy Hatch suggested I check out Stranger Things on Netflix. Thanks to them, I watched the entire first season last week when I should have been writing. LOL.
I'm thinking of tying myself to my office chair this week to get some work done. So I'll end with this quote.
"Writers don't have lifestyles. They sit in little rooms and write." Norman Mailer
Do you have a favorite beach? Suffering from some allergies? Isn't Stranger Things awesome? Anyone know if there's going to be a season two and when? Did you read some Tarsier Man?