I'm writing with tired, dried-up eyes caused by the Arctic Breeze that whips through my office all day...every day. One of these days, I'll learn NOT to wear contacts to work. I've been squirting eye drops in to no avail and here's hoping I can remove them tonight without causing permanent damage to my eyes. Although, I do have two eye patches, so I'm prepared.
With my impending July Challenge, I'm anxious and excited to avoid social media for an entire month. I'm sure I'll miss birthdays and adorable cat photos and the endearing rant or two, but for the most part, I think it'll be freeing and less negative. To help stay away, I've even decided to write solely on paper or on my mini because the battery drains way too fast if I have an internet browser open. Sneaky girl.
Before I go, let me mention a review I left on Amazon for Michael S. Gardner's Ruination: A Short Story. This story is so very good and so VERY gory (beware if you are squeamish, seriously). At 99 cents, it is a steal.
Let me also mention the movie Mama. It finally came up in my Netflix queue (no, I don't stream...I'm weird like that) and while the movie had some problems, it creeped me out. Two feral little girls fending for themselves in a cabin and an overly-possessive ghost. Seriously, creeped me out. I kind of saw the ending coming *spoiler!* because Lilly was just too much in Mama's world to function in the "real" world.
Okay, so I'll see you in August unless something SPECTACULAR happens and I just need to blog it out. Have a great summer!