What I Did Over Summer- July

July really started off at the end of June I guess you could say. Kim’s brother lives in a community that has their own firework show. They live on the 18th green and that is where they let the fireworks off so we had an up close look at them. Kylie took pictures for me. I love the ones with the firefighters in them with the tree.

Kim’s family were in from all over so we had a family reunion of sorts.

I also started writing a novel. I think I have a good story line and characters but I only about five thousand words in so have at least fifty five thousand more to go. There is the problem. I am not good in real life with filler words and small talk and dialogue but now I have to figure out how to do that in a novel. I am much better at short, to the point conversations, not in depth, long, descriptive conversations so wish me luck.

We went to Botkins, Ohio, and saw Jeremy Camp in concert with Matthew West, Rend Collective, and Koryn Hawthorne. It was my second time seeing Rend Collective, they are full of energy. It was my first time seeing Matthew West and he was really good. Jeremy put on a great show as always.

We talked to Leif and Kim had Jeremy sign her second Boston Marathon medal.

Word Of Life by Jeremy  Camp –  

Beautiful Things We Miss by Matthew West – 

Counting Every Blessing by Rend Collective – 

Won’t He Do It by Koryn Hawthorne – 

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4 thoughts on “What I Did Over Summer- July

  1. atimetoshare.me

    I think writing is a lot like acting. You study your characters in depth – how about be think, what they believe, how they talk, where they’re from – basically bringing them to life. Look at it this way. You don’t have to be yourself in your writing. You take on a new persona with each character you develop. Soon their voices will speak to you.

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