The phrase “Project Gomez” has solidified within my mind as a catchphrase or mantra for not embarking on any new non-fiction or blogging projects until I’ve cleared away at least some of the things I’ve already agreed to.
Congregational gathering: Our Lady of the colorful umbrella. The Beaches, this past weekend. (at Beaches Boardwalk)
Yesterday was one of those days. The kind where the computer attempts to die and the kittens take a leak on your dirty clothes, and when you go downstairs to pitch the reeking laundry hamper, the dumpster full of compost belches unspeakable fluids all over you. Plus the building’s hot water is down for the day for necessary annual maintenance.
You remember this last bit after you’ve peeled your…
Action shot! I hit Woodbine Park, looking for my #tophoto buds. Didn’t connect, but got some good shots anyway. (at Beaches Boardwalk)
My favorite at @agotoronto today: E. Wylie Grier’s Portrait of the Artist’s children, the twins John and Sylvia. (at AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario)
In our last exciting episode, the kittens continued to be incredibly adorable, while Caitlin Sweet tagged me and Kelly in the Writer Process Blog Tour. She’s posted her answers to the questions in that meme here.
What Am I Working On?
I’m currently waiting for other people to get back to me on a few things, so in the meantime I’ve been writing short stories, putting together grant proposals, and…