lørdag den 3. juli 2010
Yesterday was a fantastic day. I took the pictures when I was still quite safe from the sun, but perhaps it was almost too good around 3 o´clock: 35 degree celcius in the tiny slice of shade that was left.
So I sat outside for eight hours, armed with coffee, phone and laptop, revising my Danish novel. Four chapters, which is not bad, I think. And what is best is that I enjoyed my writing day immensely.
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It's raining in Madrid today. You have a much lovely weather, lucky you. Thanks for sharing it Dorte.
Enjoying the day is the best part, the rest will all fall in place. The photos are great and I can see how you could enjoy your time there.
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Enjoy your rest, all that scene needed was a large tankard of Carlsberg.
Dorte - What a beautiful place to write! No wonder you enjoy it so much when the weather allows. Thanks for sharing it.
Nice to see the shady spot from where cozy mysteries soon will be born!
I'm sitting/laying in my garden on a windy shady spot and reading an exiciting novel on my laptop. 30 degree celcius right now. Only thing missing is a beach in my back garden :-)
Jose: it is also cloudy here with short showers so I am glad I exploited the fine weather yesterday.
Mason: we built an extension to our summer cottage last year so it is still a novelty to have this wonderful little spot :D
Norman: oh, Carlsberg is a bit overrated, I think, but perhaps some Belgian abbey ale ;D
Margot: thank you. It really was a bright day - in many ways.
Bente: I wonder what that exciting novel is? :D
But I have no time for my cozy mystery yet - I have promised to revise that final chapter, and I shall!
Looks like the perfect spot. Here's hoping for some of your amazing stories.
Thank you Tracy! It really makes a difference to have a nice corner to write in.
Looks and sounds perfect!
Cathryn: it was a bit cold today, but I did manage to sit out there for a couple of hours.
This sounds like such a lovely, lovely way to spend the day. I don't like it much when it gets that hot, though (it's 32 C here today and already too hot for me).
Belle: it was far too hot to stir a muscle, but writing in the shade was nice.
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