#SixWordSaturday Plot your novel, not your life! #SixWordStories
It’s my first time taking part in #SixWordSaturday. Thank you Debbie at Travel with Intent for hosting and I hope to gradually meet the other participants.
Six Word Saturday seems to be a good and concise way of summing up the week with six words in the title of the post, and a post with a round up of the week that’s passed.
Now and again, I’ll be adding #SixWordStories to the mix, if I can manage a phrase, or story, with the six words.
In my case I’ll be adding a few, perhaps six, sentences, and a few, perhaps six, photos!
I’ll try to keep it short and pretty!
It’s a holiday week for me, so instead of teaching, I started off plotting my new novel, which was getting out of hand at 22,000 words and no plan!
Then we were able to get away to a fairly secluded beach, in Estepona, for a short break.
I planned the holiday, but I didn’t know exactly what would happen once I arrived. The first surprise was a quiet beach…
…and a lovely Beach Bar for breakfast and lunch!
I was lucky enough to have three of my favourite ladies for company; one of my best friends, Anna, her lovely daughter, Zara, and my daughter.
I was also able to watch two of my grandchildren splashing around the seaside!
The most beautiful moments in life are unplanned. Let them happen.
It’s been a wonderful week. Back to work on Monday, batteries recharged!
I’ll be back to the beach for a few days in May, fingers crossed!
How was your Easter break?
Do you plot your novels?
Do you plot your lives?
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