If you follow this website, you know I live on a small barrier island west of St. Petersburg, FL, on the Gulf of Mexico. A beautiful white sand beach is 100 yards from my front door, and at this time of year, I eagerly await the beginning of Spring Break, when droves of college boys invade our island, wearing little but board shorts, ball caps, and flips flops. The sights are nothing less than stellar, and it’s all free of charge. What could be better? This all starts in about two weeks, and I can’t wait.
I’m home from my trip to interior Florida. I-4 actually wasn’t too bad today; I don’t know why. Maybe all the crazies stayed home today. My visit with my loved one went well, we had a nice lunch, and then I drove back to the Bay Area.
On my way home, I visited a golf course to hit balls at the driving range, and then practice my pitching and putting. The afternoon was so beautiful: about 80 degrees F and sunny, with a light breeze to keep things cool.
I’ll spend this evening at home alone, having leftovers for dinner and disposing of a bottle of Savignon blanc from New Zealand. I suppose there are worse ways to spend a Thursday night, eh?
Oh, on another note, I received my royalty report from Amazon Kindle Publishing, and my anthology, Boys in Heat, is selling pretty well. It’s a three-story compilation I decided to self-publish through Amazon’s CreateSpace program, the first time I’ve done so. I’m happy with the results, and I’m making money at the same time. Woo-hoo.
Have a nice Thursday night, all.