Inner Music of Words

To me, the greatest pleasure of writing is not what it’s about, but the inner music the words make. ~Truman Capote, McCall’s, November 1967

Although I had big plans to visit Mark Twain’s house in Hartford, visiting with family took precedent Happy Birthday Dad! and we had a wonderful time before and after the big birthday surprise party. Our last night we went to Santarpio’s in Boston which my husband had been trying to go back to for the last 20 years. Simple menu. Grilled lamb and homemade sausage cooked over charcoal and served with hot cherry peppers and Italian bread. And of course the much talked about pizza which was amazing. Just a little insider info if you find yourself in the Boston area.
I wrote a little every day but mostly spent time eating! Getting back in the swing of things I found a blog post from Michelle If you’re serious this time about writing what is your life goal? What could you do differently in 2008? How could you change the tide? Read these inspirational posts and write about your plan for 2008. Posts that inspired Michelle’s are Priscilla Palmer and Neil Sattin’s original challenge.
Now get back to work!

Lovingly and working towards my life goal,
The full of good food Writing Nag

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