In my opinion, no guy over the age of thirty should wear his ball cap backward; it’s a young man’s look, I think. And I don’t know why a backward ball cap looks so good on certain young men. It lends an air of irreverence to a guy, I suppose, and I certainly think the young men in this morning’s photo posts look good i theirs, would you agree?
It’s been a productive day for me. I put in 2-1/2 hours on my new story, which is coming along so well I can’t believe it. It’s already 10,500 words long, and it’s only just developing. I like my main character, Luke, who runs cross-country for his school, and lusts for his teammate, Kevin. As mentioned in an earlier post, this story has elements of the supernatural or paranormal in it, a genre I don’t normally write in, but I’m enjoying this one so far. The story is set right here in west central Florida, and I’m enjoying providing readers with details of our community and the particular neighborhood Luke lives in.
It’s a beautiful day, here on the island: sunny, about 75 degrees F, and still. It’s perfect weather for cycling, and after lunch I think I’ll take a ten-mile bike ride around the island. Our winter days tend to be breezy or windy, and not good for cycling, so I have to take advantage of these calm days when we get them.
My boyfriend has the day off; he’s out running errands while I’m busy here at home. I’m not sure what we’ll do with our evening, maybe play a bit of “shuffle-beer” at the shuffleboard courts down the street. “Shuffle-beer” means we take a six-pack of beer with us, and then we play until the beer runs out. It’s a fun thing to when the weather’s good.
Okay, everyone, it’s time for my lunch, so I’ll close this post by wishing everyone a wonderful Tuesday. I hope the sun’s shining where you are today, as well.