Letters: WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge

Today, dear blog readers, after enduring a 10-hour trans-atlantic flight to London and NOT EATING, self feels quite exhausted.

The Penn Club, where self is staying, is only 1 block from the British Museum, so self will perhaps check out the Viking Exhibit which just opened.  She is meeting Joan McGavin there tomorrow afternoon; we are attending Jenny Lewis’s reading of her new poetry collection, Taking Mesopotamia.  To think, self met these two less than two years ago, at Hawthornden.

This week’s WordPress photo challenge is LETTERS.

The prompt:  “Share a photo with letters —  no matter the alphabet.”

Here’s her first take:

Paris Souvenir Placemat:  Bought this one in Montmartre, July 2013

Paris Souvenir Placemat: Bought this one in Montmartre, July 2012

The cover of Phoebe Literary Journal: A few years ago, they published self's flash fiction, "All the Missing."

The cover of Phoebe Literary Journal: A few years ago, they published self’s flash fiction, “All the Missing.”

I amsterdam letters in -- Where else? A public square in front of the Rijksmuseum.

I amsterdam letters in — Where else? A public square in front of the Rijksmuseum.

Anyhoo, she finished writing a 10-page story on the plane:  It’s called “Sand.”  Reading it aloud, self finds herself chuckling in several places.  So she must still be in satirical mode.  This doesn’t happen all that often, so she is completely psyched.

Today she will go out and about.  There’s a verdant green park at one end of the street which she plans to stroll to when it gets light.  The Russell St. Station for the underground is somewhere nearby.

The first order of the day is to find out how to get to Salisbury, for that is where her tour of Stonehenge starts.  But first, breakfast.  And coffee.  Tons of coffee.  Ugh, she is still so bleary-eyed, as dear blog readers could probably tell, since almost every fourth word of this post was mis-spelled and it’s taken self almost 20 minutes to correct them.

It’s just as well her two favorite stories on fanfiction.net haven’t updated yet with new chapters, or she’d probably spend the whole morning inside in her room, avidly reading.

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

 

1 Comment

  1. April 26, 2014 at 6:24 pm

    I like that placemat. Enjoy Stonehenge!

    janet


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