What Stace had to say on Saturday, May 6th, 2006
More Travelling

Going back up to Hertfordshire today, to spend tomorrow in London with my Mom. So I’ll be back Monday at some point, then I’ll be gone again Tuesday. Normal life resumes (sort of) on Wed.

At least until the weekend, when we go to Bristol for the comic convention.

Also, my good friend went into labor this morning.

SW Vaughn had a great post about the antisocial qualities of writers. That’s me all over. I just want to sit at home and work. I don’t wanna go anywhere or do anything. I’ve been all over the southwest in the last week-Dartmoor, Bath, Cheddar, Wales (which was just as exciting as I’d thought, but we were only in the Southeast. I’m making hubby take me to Gwynedd, though, which he’s okay with because he wants to go to Portmerion [I think it’s spelled] where they filmed The Prisoner. That’s not far from Dolwyddelan or Dolbadarn, so I can see my castles and he can see his sci fi stuff. A perfect vacation. Anyway.) I’m actually getting sick of being in the car, and I love road trips. Although I admit they’re not as much fun when I’m squeezed into the back seat with two children, the closest of hom keeps elbowing me.

So there you go. I will have photos in my next post-Stonehenge and Chepstow Castle.

4 comments to “More Travelling”

  1. S. W. Vaughn
    · May 6th, 2006 at 9:33 pm · Link

    Woo! A mention! Thanks! :-)

    I am so sorry, December — I feel for you. I was dragged over Hell’s half acres and back last weekend and I wanted to scream every minute of it: “Lemme go! Need my computer! Must… write!!!”

    Just can’t take the inane obligations of social pleasantry any more. Sigh. Hope you come back soon!

  2. Sam
    · May 7th, 2006 at 3:53 am · Link

    I’d love to see Stonehenge!!!
    Have a great and wonderful trip – and lots of good thoughts for your freind in labor, I hope all goes well…
    Although in England that’s a political party, isn’t it? It could also mean she’s switched parties…LOL

  3. Bernita
    · May 7th, 2006 at 6:09 am · Link

    Me want pichures…

  4. S. W. Vaughn
    · May 8th, 2006 at 4:40 pm · Link

    Leaving a comment here, but I’m gonna e-mail you later with more extensive detail: I actually just read your first story (A Fine Line) today during lunch. And — it’s a good thing I was alone so no one could see me drooling…

    Now that is my kind of romance. Your style is wonderful, December. I really enjoyed it. Can’t wait to read Ice House!

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