Sunday, 11 May 2014

e-mails, Writing, Bean Poles


I checked my e-mails this morning. One of them brought back a memory of a truck with a trailer full of sheep. The truck had broken down on one of the hottest days of the year. Without water the animals, were in obvious distress to I phoned the RSPCA. Even worse are cases of animals left in cars with no ventilation on very hot days.

 

It's 10 a.m. I've started to tidy up a file which contains notes on marketing from my publisherr and I've written another 800 pages of my novel, Monday's Child, the sequel to my published Regency Novel, Sunday's Child.

 

I enjoyed my breakfast - porridge with a handful of blueberries, some black grapes and a few strawberries.

 

 I’m now planning to spend an hour in the garden putting up poles for my runner beans, which are trying to reach the ceiling of the greenhouse and need to be planted out as soon as they have been acclimatised to the weather. They need warmth so, hopefully, the weather will improve,

 




 


 

 

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