Today’s Holidailies prompt is: “Your best experience getting rid of something.”
Okay, is it just me, or are the prompts this year just not getting it done? I don’t even know where to begin to answer this prompt, because when I get rid of stuff, it’s usually not an experience to be remembered. I guess, if I had to chose anything, it would be recycling. Because I remember those times pretty distinctly due to the fact that I got paid immediately after dropping all those cans of bottles off.
In other news, I started reading the Alan Lewrie series from the beginning (again). I find reading this series to be inspiring in writing my own brand of naval adventures. I’ve blogged about this series before, but if you have not yet read it and you like books like Horatio Hornblower, then you will love Alan Lewrie. I think the character of Lewrie is everything that Hornblower isn’t, and yet he still manages to get himself out of situations with his honor (barely) intact. I’m on the third book of the series, The King’s Commission.
Now playing on iTunes: Nobuo Uematsu – Coin Song