Write 500 words / day on Molly: Still trying to decide whether the backhoe should come in chapter 3 or wait until later.
Exercise 30 minutes / day: Found the program Zero to 1650, which referred me to Zero to 700. I start tomorrow (and tomorrow and tomorrow…), as soon as the clothes dryer repairman leaves.
Go to bed by 11:00 p.m.: 50%
Detail: The plan for tomorrow: Get up, don swimsuit, write until repairman arrives, write check for repairman, collapse on sofa to recover from writing check, put laundry in washer, go to pool, do day #1 of Zero to 700, write some more…
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Image of backhoe by S. Lampkin, U.S. Air Force [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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It’s important to be in your swimsuit when the repairman arrives? What aren’t you telling us?
Here’s what I’m not telling you: If I get out of bed and immediately put on my swimsuit, there’s a chance I’ll also get into the pool. If I get out of bed and don’t immediately put on my swimsuit, there’s not a chance in a million I’m going to get into the pool.
Furthermore, I wasn’t going to entertain the repairman wearing just my swimsuit. I was going to put clothes on over it. Although it does sound more interesting the other way. (Would Immy bother with clothes?)
Hm, I haven’t had Immy in a bathing suit yet, but I should!
I’m sure Vance would approve.
She’s hoping it will help to lower the price ;).
Good luck with the backhoe! Just don’t dig yourself any plot holes… (OK, yes, that was really awful. I could just delete it, but I’m not going to)
If I thought wearing a swimsuit would help, I would seriously consider doing it. However, I’m afraid they might tack on a surcharge
I’m so glad you didn’t delete the backhoe remark! I love it. And I have so many plot holes already, what’s one more?
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I need to get an exercise plan, and a series of coincidences seem to be telling me that I need to learn to swim. Good luck with Zero to 700 and beyond!
So, figurative or literal backhoe? (If I were very rich, I’d want a big lot and earth moving equipment. Or at least a Bobcat of my own.)
Literal, as in the novel, backhoe. Those Bobcats look like fun.
Thanks for visiting and commenting. And good luck on your exercise plan. I hope you have an easier time getting started than I did.
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