Sort of Rest and Errands Day
Yup, New York Times Bestsellers Just Do Regular Stuff…
I have sold more millions of books than I want to think about and last time I counted was five years ago now. And here I talk about workshops and helping writers and doing posts with observations and about my running or bundles my books are in. But this is a filler blog about my day. Feel free to jump to tomorrow.
So today was errands. And rest. So I am wasting your time, you know, to show how writers are just normal folks, as you all know.
I wanted to rest today because, to be honest, I just sort of felt lazy. No real reason, honestly. Errands, because they needed to be done. You know, groceries and all that.
So my day today was this. Did a little email, then around 1 pm headed out, treated myself to some Wendy’s Chicken Nuggets because, well, I could and seldom if ever do that. Like never, and trust me, they were not worth waiting for and will be a long time before I buy them again. (grin)
Then picked up some deserts for Kris in a store in Henderson that makes deserts she can eat and that are scary good. Then I jumped on the freeway and thirty minutes later I was at my favorite high-end grocery store out in Summerlin.
Took my time, got groceries for the week, for Thanksgiving next week, and made it home by around 5:30 to have dinner with Kris.
Then I did a little more email and instead of getting into a few writing projects I want to do, and some recording I want to do, I went and watched television (bad movies) while Kris was down in our office on the first floor working, so I didn’t feel guilty at all.
Now I just did a little more email and wrote this filler blog to keep my blogging streak alive. Amazing how I can write 350 words about nothing worth reading about. Now back to a movie and tomorrow will be a regular day.
Aren’t you glad you wasted your time reading this. Sorry? I will get better.
I find McDonalds nuggets to be the best. 🙂
Now you got me thinking about chicken nuggets. Makes me wonder if I ran to the grocery store and got some of those dinosaur-shaped nuggets if they’d be as good as they were when I was six.
Oh, no, keep the good memory, don’t ruin it. (grin)
I am actually. How USA Today bestselling writers structure their days and weeks is always interesting.
And I prefer my chicken nuggets as Lemon Chicken from my local Chinese restaurant.