It’s A Rather Blustery Day

Oh the wind is lashing lusterly
And the trees are thrashing thrusterly
And the leaves are rustling gusterly
So it’s rather safe to say
That it seems that it may turn out to be
It feels that it will undoubteadly
Looks like a rather blustery day today
It seems that it may turn out to be
Feels that it will undoubteadly
Looks like a rather blustery day today

*Winnie-the-Pooh — A. A. Milne

This morning Ryan and I woke up to blustery winds, rainy and a grey sky. Fall is here in Seattle and while there are some red and orange leaves the colours of the season are gearing up to be grey, pale grey and dark grey. Its been a chilly day but started out wonderfully when I got out of the shower and was greeted with eggs, toast and tea (in the perfect tea cup) courtesy of Ryan 🙂 After breakfast I headed to the library to get some writing done. 

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Before settling down to work I had to find a few new titles. Last night I found this article 

http://arts.nationalpost.com/2013/09/25/david-gilmour-does-not-love-female-writers-does-love-himself/ 

that inspired me to read this interview 

http://www.randomhouse.ca/hazlitt/blog/gilmour-transcript 

peruse this website 

 and take out these books 

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Written by a Torontonian 

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Banned for 30 years 

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Borrowed for “The Dying Animal”

After I got these books, mentioned in the interview, I headed to the coffee shop, Bookends Coffee, in the library and got down to work!

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After a few hours I left with some new books and the pilot episode of a series I’m working on with a fellow screenwriter here in Seattle done! 

 

 

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