What lessons can we learn today from Touloose?
You guessed it.
Read on to find out.
83 degrees and 8:22 pm.
I need to go to bed.
"Why?" I hear you ask.
Well This next photo is a hint.
I get to do some radio interviews for morning shows.
Morning shows on the east coast.
So let's review.
What does that mean for Pat?
8:30 am EST = 2:30 am HST
Can you do the math?
So my land line is on the ready- My coffee maker just has to be turned on. And how do I act?
Can I be anything else at 2 am?
So anyway I did important things today just like all the famous authors I know.
I did laundry. Mopped my floor. Did my dishes. Yup. I got a lot of writing done today.
Then I looked for Touloose. Couldn't find him anywhere. Searched for him all over.
Even checked out on the dock. In my neighbors cockpit.
Where did I finally discover him?
In my husbands underwear cubby.
Touloose does not make the distinction between a cave for super duper kitty hunter of dangerous and truly awful creatures such as dust bunnys and crumbled up bank receipts -- and my husband's underwear cubby.
He is who he is.
I learn from Touloose. In interviews it is tempting to create an author persona. But yanno.
You have to come home to your own underwear cubby.
And that's the truth.
THIS JUST IN!
WPOC RADIO INTERVIEW with Laurie DeYoung in Baltimore! Scroll down past the photo of LOTTERY and listen to the broadcast.