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Sunny and cold here in Providence. Currently, it's 44˚F, with the windchill at 38˚F.

No writing yesterday, but I did find the story that I'll begin writing today. Also, LJ unblocked the Dreamwidth servers, and I was able to back up the last two months to my Dreamwidth account. That was a relief, and from here on I'll update at least once a week.

It was an unremarkable day, yesterday. It was indistinguishable from so many other of my days. It fit the pattern perfectly.

Resistance, Peace, and Compassion,
Aunt Beast


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Eric Cantwell
Feb. 28th, 2017 09:26 am (UTC)
A couple of days ago you were talking about how Interstate Lovesong is sort of a western and it got me thinking about the novel Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry and how much westerns are ingrained into the American sensibility of what makes a good story, even though most of us Americans don't realize it. I read Lonesome Dove when I was in jail decades ago because there was nothing else to read, and I was surprised at how much I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I really like the hair cut.
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