Last Friday in October? Already?
Not exactly sad about that. This year has been a struggle for so many. Plus, add all the other stuff going on in the world and it's overwhelming.
I kinda wish I had a secluded cabin in the woods where I could hide until the coast was clear. It would be nice, right? Ha!
I told a friend the other day that I just needed the world to hold itself together long enough for me to be able to afford a third-generation Camaro. Not a super expensive or fancy one. I've wanted one since I was a senior in high school. Maybe it'll happen, but it's one of those...hope things.
It's a silly, non-practical wish and I know that. If it happens, it happens. If not, it's okay. Just a silly want.
Bandit's story is with the editor! I hope to have it out in the early part of November. Also, I got feedback about my short story idea, and I'm working on one now. It's light and fun. I'm enjoying it too. I hope to have it and a few others out before the end of the year, but we'll see. I know I say that a lot, but I don't want to disappoint anyone.
Okay, I'm making this week's note short as well. I'm working on the first short story. I think the title will be Secret Billionaire and the story will be set in a fictional town called Luck Lake in South Dakota. I loved the mountains and scenery on our trip. I'll be using Hill City as my inspiration for the town. We had such a good time there. I would love to go back.
Anyway, there's my Texas goodbye.