Kyra Leigh, Queen Bee

Let’s all read a book together.
Something that makes us smarter than we were when we picked up the book.
When I find a love, I’m going to read to him. And then we will be happy for ever and after. And then die. But that won’t matter because we’ll have read some awesome books.
I’m worried about Mom.
She needs a lot of crossed fingers. And holy heyoh’s or whatever.
Seriously though.
Let’s all keep her on our list of good-vibe thoughts. She’s the best person in the world.
I love her.
I have court on Monday.
When I went to discuss the ticket I received, the people at the place actually told me they they thought I was 17. After they learned I was much much much older than that, then did they actually take me a little bit more seriously.
I’m glad I’m not 17 anymore…because then people wouldn’t ever take me seriously.
I don’t think I’m serious enough.
I do have to say I’ve been very  happy lately. Happy about life. Happy the sun is coming back. Happy just being alive.
Maybe it’s because I’m reading The Road by Cormac McCarthy.
Or because I started Breaking Bad over.
My life kicks butt compared to those lives.
Although I did accidentally wear ripped tights this morning. {What a STRUGGLE!}
My roommate’s car has died in front of the mail box. The mail man left him a little note this morning.
“Don’t park here!”
Pretty scary stuff.
Scary for me though, because, I’m expecting a very very very important and overpriced package. If the car is parked there he {The Mailman} might not deliver it.
Does anyone know anything about cellos?
I’m going to rent one and take lessons I think.
But I’m not going to do it until I finish this draft from this current novel I’m working on.
I should really look into finding a writers group. See if it helps me motivate myself. {Helps me motivate myself? That is confusing.}
Every time Mom drives past my store, she honks. I know it’s her.
She loves me.
I love her.
She’s the best mom ever.
The End.
{Very informative!}


Filed under CLW, Family, Kyra, Life, writing process

9 responses to “Kyra Leigh, Queen Bee

  1. Shar

    love the randomness of this post and that you are happy and i am sending lots of good vibes for your mom. and i love the end about the honking.

    have you watched Hell on Wheels? my hubs got me hooked. (it’s not for the faint of heart – warning for others, not you kyra, since it’s right up your alley you being a Breaking Bad fan and all). it’s on netflix, but only season one. since i have no other tv, i’m anxiously waiting for season 2 and then 3. bah.

    i need help with writing motivation as well. so i’m no help there.
    but i would love to read a book all together and then discuss it over LUNCH or DINNER or some fun event where i get to meet those of you i don’t know in person. 😀 just an idea . . .

    • Kyra

      I LOVE Hell on Wheels. I need to also get caught up because I don’t own a TV either.

      I think a dinner/lunch/linner would be very fun for us all. It’s always planned but never happens. Let’s make it happen!

  2. benschwensch

    I like the idea of reading a book together. And meeting. And eating. And motivating. Somebody pick a book. (Maybe we should do one of Carol’s to cheer her up.) (Except maybe we’ve all read all of them already.) (That’s too many “awl” sounds.) (My Head Editor just won’t shut up.)

    Love you guys! Even the ones I haven’t met yet.

  3. This is the best post I’ve read on the interwebs EVER. ANYWHERE.

    When I was dating my husband we read HATCHET together. I know, not very romantic, but full of excitement and tension. It’s also where/when we had our first kiss, during a reading of HATCHET.

    Thank you, Gary Paulsen

    • Kyra

      What a romantic story. You should put that in a book. I am jealous. ha ha I need a love like that!

      PS. Thank you for the nice comments. ❤

  4. Shar

    I’m so behind on reading that i bet you all have read most of what’s on my to read list. but the good thing in that is that i bet you could suggest anything and i haven’t read it! my TO READ list (or one fraction of it really):
    Miles from Ordinary
    Warm Bodies
    The Perks of Being a Wallflower
    The Fault in Our Stars
    The Virgin Suicides (did Ann Dee end up readiing this??)
    Gone Girl
    Goblin Secrets
    My Book of Life by Angel
    The Silver Linings Playbook
    The False Prince

    I could go on and on. thoughts on any of these? or something else entirely? should we pick a theme – happy, sad, fantasy, horror, mystery? i’m just excited to read and then talk and eat with all of you. soo fun!


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