I was going to post a scan of the diagram I drew for the chapter I'm currently working on for the Darger and Surplus novel today. But I can't find where it got saved to, and the program that runs the scanner has disappeared from my computer so I can't simply scan it again, and my tech staff (aka my son, Sean) is off with his D&D buddies and won't be back until tomorrow afternoon.
So instead, I'll simply share a thought that comes from Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous and Obscure, edited by Larry Smith and Rachel Fershleiser. I didn't read the book itself, mind you. I read a review of it. I think the book itself would drive me crazy, because I want to know a lot more about people than six words can convey.
Still, I did like what Jennifer Shreve wrote: Blogging is easy, writing is hard.
As always, as always, as always . . .
I've updated Poem du Jour. The most recent poem is intended, without sarcasm or ill-will, for everybody who's unhappy about the results of Tuesday's election. I'm ecstatic, mind you. But I still respect those who are not.