AROW80 Update for 4/17/19: Taco Wednesday

Longhairday!

My hair is getting so long (this is what it looks like when I brush it all forward). Not bad for a picture I took at five in the morning without wearing my glasses because that’s when I decided I needed to brush all my hair forward for…reasons.

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This is going to be another quick update, since I don’t have much to report since the last update.

We tried a new restaurant tonight, Rusty Taco. It’s a taco place, hence the name and it’s a pretty good place. I tried their beef brisket and beef fajita tacos and Amy had their fried chicken taco as well as a beef fajita taco. They’re yummy, as are their churros and sopapillas which satisfy the craving for crunchy sweet cinnamon-sugar covered stuff.

Writing-wise, I haven’t gotten much done this week because life got in the way but not in a bad way, just a few things came up that needed my attention, like paying taxes on Monday, sleeping in on Tuesday and running errands with the Amy (and trying the new taco place) today. It was actually kind of nice to take a break from my usual routine.

The good news, I did get an idea for Storm Warnings that will help me explain a few things and I had a separate idea for the larger universe that Storm Warnings and Omegas: Cake Walk are set in and I (hopefully)  will be using later on in other stories.

Catch you on the flip-flop!

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2 thoughts on “AROW80 Update for 4/17/19: Taco Wednesday

  1. Kuddos for the new ideas! I like the brainstorming phase, and I find that not actually writing but thinking about it is an important part of the process too (though we may get the feeling we’re not moving forward, I think we are)

    • I agree; what gets me down on occasion is that while the brainstorming phase/thinking about how things should work sides are important/necessary, they don’t produce tangible results so it feels like I’m doing nothing when I’m really doing something.

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