One Hundred–Ah, screw it. My vacation adventures begin tomorrow!

Today’s been a damn good day for me. That statement overlooks how I spent work in a haze, half-asleep, for reasons unknown. Naturally such comments require explanation, and I’m happy to provide it. If only I could type without it coming out like I’m rolling my face along the keyboard.

I promised some playlists, and I’ll be following through on that for tonight’s post. Why? Because I haven’t packed a single article of anything yet, which is probably not ideal since I leave tomorrow. I also only made one playlist/CD so far, so I’m a pretty tremendous failure in that regard, too. However, I did send off my signed contract with Cary Press and I am tremendously excited to really dig into work on my first published novel. Expect lots of fun from here on out, folks.

Day Forty-Three – Travel Tunes

I've got some weird-ass taste in music probably. Don't judge.

I’ve got some weird-ass taste in music probably. Don’t judge.

This is the official first CD for my trip, complete with I have no idea what I was doing when I made this. It actually ended up with fun travel/exploration and partying themes, so that’s a happy coincidence.

Tracks 1, 6, 10, and 16 are all thanks to So You Think You Can Dance.

I’d love to stay and chat, but I’ve got additional CDs to make and things to pack. Tomorrow’s post will arrive from Carnegie, while in the company of my lovely family, and then Friday’s post will be from Rockville Maryland. Monday night’s from Chicagoland! My god. I am made of excitement and craziness.

Fifty-seven days remaining.

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