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Hello World

I’m still in the States (hence the very sporadic Twitter updates and blog posts).

Since my last post, I went to NYC and met Agent. She was delightful, witty and absolutely wonderful, just as I imagined. :) I enjoyed our time together, and the meeting got me even more pumped up about my next project.

The next day, Hero Material and I hit MoMA. I know many people love modern art, but I decided it’s not for me after the visit. I still don’t get it, and I don’t think I ever will.

After our MoMA tour, we went to MA to see Hero Material’s extended family. They’re lovely people, and their farm house was really cool. (I’ve never been at an American farm before.) They raise Black Angus, totally organic and grass-fed, and the cows looked so content, ambling around their emerald green fields. While in MA, I also got to meet Bethany, a member of my former crit group. I told her that next year’s RWA is in NYC, so she should go if she finishes her ms by June. NY is so close to where she is. (I’d love to go to RWA next year — if I can — as well…)

Right now I’m in NH, surrounded by tall trees that love to dance with the wind. I’ve never been up in northern New England before, and I love the natural surroundings and cool summer. And of course, there’s the oddity of my being the minority again. ;)

Hero Material and I are heading back to Virginia early next week for dinner with friends and so on. And I’m still not done with shopping.

How’s everyone’s summer? :)


2 comments to “Hello World”

  1. Diana
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    · July 27th, 2009 at 8:32 am · Link

    Actually, I checked and it turns out RWA National is in Nashville next year… it’s in NYC in 2011. (I feel like I just really wanted it to be in NYC, so, wishful thinking–plus given how far out my life is scheduled, in my head it’s like already 2010 NOW!)



  2. Nadia Lee
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    · July 27th, 2009 at 12:58 pm · Link

    Actually I like the real date better. :) It’s easier for me to plan a trip to the States two years from now v. next year, esp. because Hero Material and I are going to be insanely busy in 2010 with the actual wedding ceremony and honeymoon, etc.



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