I wanted to finish a book in order to review it inside the author’s launch timescale, but I got to the first page on the train and felt the need to rest… well, I had already finished two on that journey, so I think I can be forgiven. I planned to read it as soon as I got home, but I had to spend more time with my older guinea pigs than expected as they hadn’t taken my absence too well (long story, it’s on the guinea pig forum). So here I am on a Wednesday with nothing to say.
I thought: I could do my A to Z Road trip instead… but that involves visiting lots of people, and I haven’t got time to do that, since I could be reading the book instead. I need to prepare my Flash Fiction for Friday before I go blog-hopping, so I won’t get the road trip done for today’s post.
So I re-read your kind replies to last week’s ‘working too hard’ post, and decided to give you a haiku instead.
June is flying past.
Grass and piggies bask in sun;
Cold wind deters me.