I just threw a homemade airplane into my coworker’s cubicle.
I now hear some paper shuffling, so I suspect I’m about to be bombardiered (is that a word? No matter. I’m a writer, so I’m allowed) by same airplane — with some modifications . . .
Can you tell I have nothing better to do?
Actually I do, but I thought I’d waste a few minutes (aside from creating airplanes) by writing a short entry.
Hee, hee. Ellen (said coworker), modified it to toss back at me, and instead of it flying at me, it looped around back at her! Ha!
I guess what goes around really comes around.
Fun aside, I wanted to thank you for all your well-wishes to my son. He’s doing much better. His fever’s gone, and his appetite has returned. He’s also back to his normal, active self. Yea!
For tomorrow’s entry, I interviewed Becky Levine, author of the soon-to-be released "The Writing & Critique Group Survival Guide". I know you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.
Happy Tuesday, and I’ll see you in the morrow!
2 thoughts on “Throwing Airplanes”
Ah! Nice to know what you do with your days. 😉
Glad little one is better!
And here you thought I worked for a living.