Movie Friday <3

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I take a break every Friday after getting home from a long week of work, phones, work, phones etc. etc. And I watch a movie, or read the dog-eared book on my nightstand. Mostly we all watch movies, get pizza and settle in for the night. The best part is knowing I wont have to hear the alarm in the A.M….unless of course I want to get some uninterrupted writing in and need to wake up before the dawn. Which might be the case this week. My oldest is going to the beach and my youngest is oblivious to the ping of time. So…tonight we, or mostly I, will be watching one of my fav’s (Pan’s Labryinth). And most likely will be opening my Scrivener to work on that new idea flicking the back of my head for the last week. So here’s to Friday’s, endless possibilities and potential for writing a masterpiece or reconnecting with inspiration. Every good ending usually starts with a bumpy beginning ;).

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About slcortazar

Writer, mom, dreamer, mortal. Lover of movies, books, lazy days, orange skies and cannoli's. Jumping in rain puddles, Autumn, pixie sticks, and being able to sleep in whenever possible. Most of all, daydreaming, and writing stories. View all posts by slcortazar

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