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Wednesday, 28 July 2004
Hi All
So, its Wed. Why do we have a day of the week that is so hard to spell? I mean the other days are easy. You would think that the first day of the work week would be the hard one after all it is usally a bad day anyway. Who know maybe someday we will create different names for the days of the week, be my luck and they will be twenty letters long.

Its been a good day so far got a couple of projects done which is always good. The higher uppers are meeting tomorrow. This is good in that they are finishing up projects not starting new ones. That means the rest of the week will be fairly easy. Next week will be another thing.

Let's see, not much else is going on. My book I am writing is going slow. To be truthful I am working on the second of a seriers. The first book is unfinished but I can't remember where I am at with it so I decided to start the second book and then see about finishing the first. How can I do that? It's easy I know how the first book ends and the second starts and ends. Which leads us to the problem with writing, getting the beginning and the end together. The first book is a "detective" story and I have the opening and I know how it will end the problem is in getting all the details right and in order so the reader has a chance at solving the mystory. That's not as easy as it sounds. Of course, these storys are really "day dreams" that I have been working on for years, which may not be the best way to write a book.

The second book is about a journey and a trial (not Law and Order trial). It takes one of the main characters from the first book and puts him on his own. It has more action and requires less thought then the first book which makes it easier to write. And no I am not going to "publish" it in the blog. If I ever finish the books I will attempt to get them into print but I wouldn't hold your breath.

Well, I guess thats enough for today. Check back tomorrow and the topic will be . . . Your guess is as good as mine.

Posted by clparis at 2:34 PM CDT
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Friday, 30 July 2004 - 3:52 PM CDT

Name: Terry Hedglin

Hey, Corey, how you doing. I was just looking up old friends on the internet when I came across your site. Tell the family I said hi!

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