December, can you believe it? Even with Thanksgiving leftovers calling to be from the fridge I find it hard to believe. Soon we will begin the count down to 2022. Oh I have such plans for 2022. Of course I need every day until then to set them up. It is sort of a good thing bad thing kind of feeling. I really can’t wait for what I have planned in the new year so I want it to hurry up, but I have a lot to do before it gets here so I want more time.
I know, I can’t have both.
I do however have a whole new set of prompts for the upcoming week. I know, it isn’t the same, but it is what I have. Ready?
Monday, November 29th: The car broke down just past mile marker twenty six.
Tuesday, November 30th: He was determined to have his way.
Wednesday, December 1st: It was cozy.
Thursday, December 2nd: In the end it is what you do with the knowledge that matters more.
Friday, December 3rd: He scribbled furiously across the page.
Don’t those look interesting. Of course I always find them interesting at this stage. It it after I’ve written then that some take on more interest and others lest. But at the moment, they are all bursting with potential. Can’t you feel it? Maybe it is just me. Either ay, that is the line up for next week. Now that they are listed, I am going to forget all about them. Whether you are shopping until dropping or spending time with family, or perhaps combining both, I hope you have a fabulous weekend and I will see you back here bright and early Monday morning. Well, bright might be a bit of an ask, but it will be early. And I will be here. So that’s something, right? Happy Thanksgiving weekend.