He’s a liar, he said I hit him. And if he’s lying again I’m gonna hit him again.
Working on the aircraft sounds as bad as I came to experience it. As much as I love travelling, I can’t get over travel sickness – yes I also get seasick – and it is more than bothersome to try to write while feeling like you might just have to puke your guts out.
Nevertheless I couldn’t not do so while driving to the airport, through the curvy hills of Northern Ireland, and of course at the airport itself. When I boarded the plane though I found myself being so exhausted from all this being sick and traveling all day that I gladly found some sleep even before the flight actually took off.
When I awoke I was almost at my destination but there where so many ideas filling my head as I love to capture my dreams before they “fly away” so I couldn’t help but wriggle out a pen and notebook and frantically scribble my notes down before the aircraft attendant kindly reminded me that we are about to be landing and I had to get ready.
That’s pretty much how I always work during travels as there is never the “right moment” or “perfect place” to do so.
I do enjoy writing on a couch or in an armchair much more than this but hey I can’t have everything, right?
This week’s reading wasn’t that much as I was fiddling around with so many things.
I received the fourth and last part of the watersong series by Amanda Hocking which I preordered at the book depository a little while ago (and found quite amusing) and I listened to the audio book of Jane eyre by Charlotte Brontë. Else I was mainly reading plenty of short stories over at wattpad a platform for free e-books which my sister recently discovered for us. I have to say, I’m smitten. It’s so cool to dig through all these layers of stories which are presented on this site and see what other people are working on. Go have a look, it’s all for free!