March Slice of Life – Day 24

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Today is Day 24 of the March Slice of Life – a daily writing challenge hosted at “Two Writing Teachers”.

It was such a lovely day yesterday tt head downtown – sunny, warmer although it was still no cool. But I didn’t even need a hat or mitts.

During the bus ride, I brainstormed character traits for a novel and looked at the city and the people on the bus.

My first stop was the library where I walked through their gallery. It was hosting children’s art from schools around the city. What a treat! Then I checked for new children’s books and magazines. My last stop was to pick up the reserved books and check them out. I love that I can order books online late at night and then in a few days they are waiting for me.I can also check that I have no over dues and can renew online as well.

My next stop was at the hospital thrift shop to check for books and utensils. Bought a couple of children’s books but no utensils.

My last stop was the dollar variety store where I was able to buy a few kitchen utensils for an art project, which I worked on here. (check here to see what I did)

Once home, I did some writing, then read. And it was “Voice” night – so all in all, a perfect day!

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6 thoughts on “March Slice of Life – Day 24

  1. This slice exudes TIME just for YOU! Love it! It is fabulous how you just took the time to enjoy every moment. It was evident, from your writing, how special each part of your day was to you! Thank you for sharing it!
    -Dana

  2. A perfect day should be all the days but instead they become a luxury that we think we cannot indulge in. This was a marvelous day and you got a workout by carrying the bags with books from the shop and library. 🙂

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