I think British Olympic diver Tom Daley is one of the world’s most beautiful men, form the crown of his head, down to his toes. What a lucky guy his boyfriend Lance is. I have great respect for Tom, not just because he won a bronze medal in Rio this summer, but because he had the courage to come out to the world, about eighteen months ago. It took a lot of guts for him to do that. Way to go, Tom, you set a great example for us all …. 🙂
I was up at 7:30 this morning, taking my usual three-mile walk on the beach. The weather was cool and sunny, the Gulf of Mexico calm. A flock of brown pelicans was feasting on a pod of baitfish as I passed them. What a great way to start the day.
I spent 2-1/2 hours writing fresh material for my novel-in-progress, which is now at 48,000 words, and nowhere near first-draft completion. I’m really enjoying the characters and the way their story is unfolding, although I have no idea how the story will end. Does that sound strange? Well, it’s how I write, and it has always worked for me.
Today will be a typical Wednesday for me. Right after lunch, I will drive into the city to visit the YMCA for a workout with weights, and then lap-swimming. (I wonder if Tom Daley will be in the pool? Fat chance …) On the way home I will visit our island seafood market to buy fresh shrimp for tonight’s dinner. It’ll be a tasty meal for sure. I’m not sure what’s in store for tonight, but I certainly want to watch the final Presidential debate between Psycho Donald and Hillary Clinton.
Have a nice Wednesday, friends.