Saturday, November 29, 2008

And yet another addition to the family...

My daughter, also known as "The Diva Child" and her boyfriend returned from Wisconsin safely this weekend and they brought "the boy's" dog home with them...his name is Razor and he makes about four of Delilah.

Despite our initial trepidation, they are getting along VERY well...though Miss Delilah doesn't exactly like sharing her toys!

Monday, November 10, 2008

Monday Men...

Today's Monday Man segment is a bit late - mainly because I was having computer issues, and also because I just couldn't decide WHO to feature. Then I saw Sir Roger Moore on The View and his interview was followed by a commercial for the new James Bond movie staring Daniel Craig as James Bond, so I took that as a "sign." (LOL)

So, today's Monday Man is a compilation - The actors who have played Ian Fleming's character, James Bond.

Here they are, Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton, and Daniel Craig - Bond, James Bond. (grin) And, yes, I know that's not the correct order of their appearance as James Bond - deal! (LOL)

Monday, November 3, 2008

Monday Men

Hard to believe it's already November! This year has really gone by quickly, but they all seem to do that the older I get. I hope everyone enjoyed Halloween, I know I did!

Today's Monday Man has one of the most interesting voices I've ever heard. He growls, really, but there's no denying that he's sexy as all get out...

Folks, I give you Vin Deisel!

Saturday, November 1, 2008

All Soul's Day

Well, here it is, the day after Halloween. It's All Soul's Day, folks. This is important, especially to me, because it's the day that my first story with Amber Quill Press starts on. Yes, Tales from the Graveyard Shift: Ghouls starts on All Soul's Day and goes from there with appropriately ghoulish delights. (LOL).

It's also November 1, and that means it's NANOWRIMO time. Have you ever done this? The idea is that you write every single day during the month of November, and if you write at least 16,667 words a say, by the end of November you'll have a 50K word novel. Works in theory, but I've never managed to actually make that goal. Life usually interferes in more ways than one.

I'm going to give it another shot this year, though, and we'll see how far I get.

Before I do that, however, I'm going to go see what's left in the candy bowl from all the little ghosties and goblins who came knocking at my door last night and pick out my favorite candies for consumption when the Muse deserts me.

Enjoy your fall, don't overindulge in those sweet treats, read a good ghost story, and don't forget to turn back your clocks tonight.

Until next time...Thanks for playing along!