I do not have a story about meeting Cary Elwes, but I do have GOALS. And you can help!

I was very excited to be going back to Chapel Hill for a day to meet Cary Elwes, because I love him in The Princess Bride and Psych and, of course my favorite movie, Robin Hood: Men In Tights.  But then this happened.

Clearly, not as I wish.

Clearly, not as I wish.

It made me very sad but, on the flip side, I did manage to write twelve pages that day.  So there is a silver lining.

The downside is that I don’t have an awesome story for you guys today.  I could make one up, I guess, but…that’s what my novel is for.

Now for goals, specifically for this blog:

  1. I want to give it a little more focus.  I’m thinking the tagline is going to be something about “Working out Life in Your Twenties.”
  2. More reader involvement.  THIS IS THE PART WHERE YOU REALLY COME IN.
  3. And more honest writing.

So if you have any “twenties-something” challenge you want to see me do, or any hard questions you want me to answer, leave them in the comments.

As for reader involvement: I’m going to try something this month.  Below is a poll.  It will stay opened until June 1, 2015.  It will be my “reader-voted project” for the month and I’ll do a write-up about it before June is over.

So if you’ve read this far, pick an answer.  If you really don’t have a preference, just check the first dot your cursor comes across.

(I need an awesome sign off phrase but can’t think of one clever enough.)

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One thought on “I do not have a story about meeting Cary Elwes, but I do have GOALS. And you can help!

  1. Rose

    Challenge: Pick a recipe from the internet and give it a try. An example would be Lasagna, Meatloaf, or Turkey, etc. Then write to us about the experience?

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