The Loafer

Somebody, make me a loaf of bread…whoops, too late, I already am one. Hah! I have been tired today, though I am not sure why. Sleep, yes…that’s covered. An easy day, I spent just kind of loafing (putting off bills/demands today – shh, they’ll hear us). It’s going to be an interesting time to make up today, but sometimes, one just needs a day. Or five? Wishful thinking, I know.
Speaking of wishful thinking -whoa, what a segway-, I found some letters by Jane Austen online. She mostly writes to her family members. Some letters have romantic tendencies (like her writings), some have a a quirky sense of humor – which, of course, attracted me like a bee to a flower. 

Some quotes from the letters:

I had a very pleasant evening, however, though you will probably find out that there was no particular reason for it; but I do not think it worth while to wait for enjoyment until there is some real opportunity for it.” — letter of January 21 1799

I could no more write a [historical] romance than an epic poem. I could not sit seriously down to write a serious romance under any other motive than to save my life; and if it were indispensable for me to keep it up and never relax into laughing at myself or other people, I am sure I should be hung before I had finished the first chapter.” — letter of April 1st 1816

I have read [Byron’s] The Corsair, mended my petticoat, and have nothing else to do.” — letter of March 5, 1814

And, now…I have nothing else to do. LOL So, excuse me while I go find something. Feel free to talk amongst yourselves until I return. 😉
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*narrator’s voice chants* This post is sponsored by the letters, T, P, L, green apples and the number 42. This post is also brought to you in honor of the current theme at NaBloPoMo [link: Blogrolls /April] for more information).

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