Heather had the ‘luck of the Irish’ when it came to travelling. She’d never fallen victim to clothes being stolen from hostel laundry rooms, or lost her purse or jacket, she’d never turned up at the wrong place at the wrong time and last night she hadn’t even secured her bike to the trunk of the tree!
Heather hadn’t planned to stay out late at the bar, until she met Patrick O’Neill! Paddy had bought far too many tequilas and leant her his shoes to stagger home. Now she was meeting him to return them and fetch her bike, Irish luck!
This is my entry for Friday Fictioneers, click the image to find out what it is all about! 🙂 And to enjoy lots of great flashes!
I have been blessed with a magic helper who worked really hard getting the apartment clean yesterday, so now I just need to do the windows, painting, some DIY (not looking forward to, very scared!) and blinds!
The other good news is we think the downstairs apartment has sold, which means that there are now only 2 in my unit for sale and 1 other in the complex and I have had some interest shown in mine even though the estate agents are still waiting for keys.
I have woken later than I hoped and now have little time before work – and zero writing time – I am pushed to post and eat and wash!
I am hoping that it will take just 1 or maybe 2 more trips to finish the flat and then the keys can be handed over before the weekend! Yippee!
I haven’t managed any NaNo Writing since Saturday’s ‘Write In’, it was not my plan to be stuck having to produce 1000’s of words over the weekend but there you go – it will be a case of wherever I am my laptop comes too! (Apart from possibly the leaving meal with work tomorrow night!) This week has gone FAR TOO quickly!
Write off to eat and leave!
When were the times in your life you were too busy to write?
I would love to hear tips on how you managed.