Enjoying some lone time

I am at Whistler watching “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” an old but great movie – quite creepy. It is so seldom that I am alone that it is taking some getting use to. I’m here editing a book for someone, and the edit is going very well – no interruptions. It is lovely and quiet here, so quiet and I am sleeping better than I’ve slept in ages. I have a lot of projects on the go, and this is a chance to finish one so I can really focus on the next.

I have this gorgeous suite overlooking a pool and bordered by trees in the middle of shedding their leaves. I love the shoulder season – hardly any people, no hype, just me and the trees and the mountain air.

I can hardly believe Jen’s wedding is already a few weeks gone…all that planning and back to life. She is happy, Nick is happy, so we are thrilled. Now it’s time to create a book. I’m off to Val David after Thanksgiving for a writer’s festival and looking forward to returning to Quebec and French and really incredible food and friends. So I haven’t had loads of time to post lately, but hope to get back to it – starting now! Ideas brewing…

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One response to “Enjoying some lone time

  1. I love that movie. In fact, I own it! There are very few really good movies out there where the bad guy wins…I also love the clothes, of course.

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