Friday, March 23, 2012

Cussing Can Be The Best Compliment

Hey guys!

Whew, this week has been a doozy. I've got things breaking all over the house (hello, water dripping from my kitchen ceiling!) and more sleep deprivation than usual, so forgive this belated post.

Here's a little picture I took this week, to make it up to you guys:

Holy Cumulus Humilis, Batman!
I mean, after you zone out the detritus of the Omaha suburbs down there, can you believe that fairytale sky? Where's Cinderella? Hanging out at the local fast-food place known for their vomit patties (aka the Runza)?

Anyway. I hope you guys are having a great week and have an even greater weekend. :)

As for that cryptic blog post title, you can find out over at Ink & Angst. I've been briefly interviewed, along with several other Lucky13s. Come gatecrash with us, if you can. Gratzie mille!

I've been a little out of the blog loop lately, so if you have some news to share, please let me know in the comments!

31 comments:

Emily Rose said...

just *look* at that sky! beautiful.:)

Shelly said...

I'd love to lay on my back underneath that sky and those clouds and dream for a while.

I'm headed over to Ink and Angst.

Jeremy said...

Wow. That picture is amazing!

Susan Oloier said...

The sky in that photo is indeed picture perfect.

Belle said...

Gorgeous sky! I've been out of the loop yesterday and today too. Just tired and busy.

Laura Josephsen said...

That is an amazing sky. *_*

Your interview was a lot of fun. :D

Gabriella Hewitt said...

Beautiful picture. The sky is so blue and those clouds... Sounds like you had a rough week. Hope you got out to enjoy that lovely weather at least.
( :

Bee said...

Poor Cinderella, missing out on THAT.

*goes over to Ink & Angst* :D

mooderino said...

If you put in more clouds and took out all the blue, that would look exactly like the sky here in England.

mood
Moody Writing
@mooderino
The Funnily Enough

Natalie Aguirre said...

Great picture. Having things break at your house is a drag.

I'm off to buy a washer this weekend. Another not exciting but necessary way to spend my money. Like you right?

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Dianne K. Salerni said...

Beautiful sky! Sorry about the broken things. It always seems like a conspiracy when they happen all at once.

Old Kitty said...

Lovely lovely pic - look at them clouds!! :-)

Hope your weekend will be as peaceful as possible!! Yay!

Take care
x

Reina Laaman said...

I loved your answers on Ink & Angst. Especially your advice for writers. That's what I have to tell myself every day because I'm such a slow, deliberate writer.
Btw, beautiful picture of you too!

Barbara Watson said...

Taking time to enjoy things like the sky at that moment makes drippy kitchen ceilings fade for a time.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Sorry you have a leaky roof!
Those types of clouds always make me think of the Simpsons.

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Leaky roofs and fairy-tale skies. Certainly you've got the Yin Yang of life in this post!! Hate your sleep deprivation. As a rare blood courier who is in the midst of moving to a new apartment, I can empathize!! Roland

Annalisa Crawford said...

Blue sky always makes me happy - thanks for posting that pic. Hope the broken things get mended soon!

Carrie Butler said...

What a pretty sky! :) On my way to read your interview!

Donna Hole said...

The picture is beautiful.

I'll go check out the interview. Have a good weekend Lydia.

........dhole

catherinemjohnson.wordpress.com said...

What a gorgeous sky! Going off to check out your post. HAGW!

julie fedderson said...

I don't know, I really kind of like those swiss cheese and mushroom runzas. The sky was amazing yesterday, wasn't it?

Sarah Pearson said...

I might see a sky that colour in another three months or so :-)

Yvonne Osborne said...

That surely is a beautiful sky. Ours is gunmetal gray. But it is only March. Daffidols on my island. Basil in my greenhouse. Coffee in my cup and a wip nipping at my heels. Happy day to you!

Nas Dean said...

Beautiful sky! I live in a tropical country so our sky is like that but it's too hot outside to take pictures or to even look at it!

Slamdunk said...

Whoa great capture Dr. On the way over to your interview now.

♥●• İzdihër •●♥ said...

Lovely pic. Gonna read your interview.
Have a good day .

LTM said...

ooo, I love it. That really is the most gorgeous sky. So blue!

No worries about being slammed. That seems to be the order of the day. Sorry to hear you're dealing w/home issues, though! That just makes it all harder.

Hang in there, my friend~ :o) <3

Kimberlee Turley said...

I'm going to remember this:

“This is f**** fantastic, holy s*** this needs to be published and **** this is better than the *insert top selling YA book here*” etc.

because when your book comes out I'll include some colorful vocab in my review. ; )

Karen Lange said...

That picture is wonderful. You should enter it in a photo contest. Heading over to Ink & Angst now.

Phoenix said...

Yep, the general rule is: if one household appliance can break, then five of 'em will. At the same f@%&ing time (too much cussing?)

Lovely picture too - those clouds are gorgeous!

 
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