At the Speed of Fun

Exciting times, people, exciting times.

The writing is going well. Not fast enough for hubby, methinks, but well enough for me. :0)

This summer has just flown by and while I know where it went I’m still amazed at the speed of fun. Hubby and I went to Alaska with our housemate on a 3-week 7,975-mile motorcycle road trip. What a blast. Then I spent almost a week in Crested Butte on a research junket followed by most of August in Wisconsin for a combined self-imposed writer’s retreat / Writers’ Police Academy / research trip. My dog Lu C. Fur went with me — she’s a great supervisor.

Things are settling down for fall and I’m enrolled in two art courses this semester – Ceramics I and Printmaking I. So far, much fun. :0)

Next summer, hubby and I will be going to Japan with a Study Abroad group from the college, he with the Photography group and me with the Ceramics contingent. That will be our first time overseas and I can’t wait.

Ok, I can wait because there’s oh so much living to do between now and then!

Happy Fall, folks, see you next trip (or sooner, much sooner).

Written by Ordinary Dreams

Becca loves (in no particular order, ok, the husband comes first, probably) triking, Jeeping, her Spinone, her husband, and his Whinerarner (and we both greatly miss his sooper-dooper cutie-patootie of a mutt, Mia Mutt, and her Labradorable, Sophie). The universe presented an opportunity on a platter and, not being one to deny the universe, she took the chance to chase a dream by transforming from accidental geek to intentional writer. Though life now leads back to the cube world she plans to put even that experience to good use in her writing. {muauuahhhahhhahhh}

Now time for the shameless plugs. Please see also her site with her husband about their motorcycle (and some Jeeping) travels, Chasing Blue Sky, her site as a Real Estate Broker in Colorado, SpinOne Group, her site as a Notary Public and Notary Signing Agent in Colorado, and/or the Facebook pages for Lu C. FurL.C., and  Mia Mutt (Sophie was pre-this-sort-of-thing), and Pigasus Studio.