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A writer’s summer

8 July, 2013

I’m no cartoonist (hence i built this from Clip Art images) but as the hot weather gets hotter, how many of us will be doing this:

summer

5 Comments
  1. EXACTLY! Unless you’re in school, then, you have to read and write the essay while working on your book and blog

  2. Morbid Insanity permalink

    I stay at home as much as I can. I really don’t enjoy summer. ^_^

  3. Ugh, I don’t much care for the hot summer days, and I have a nice big pool in the backyard which tends to sit there calling my name, it’s beautiful on days like this when the water temp is near 90 degrees yet I still rather sit in the house and write…I was saying yesterday that someone needs to invent a waterproof laptop, along with the sarcasm font I so desperately desire 😀

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