Hours before the dawn

It has been a long time since my last post. Most of my time has been spent with this year’s NaNoWriMo project. I had decided to rewrite the third volume of my autobiography. I have changed it from a first person rendition to the third person as was done with the first two volumes. Of course, that meant using the pseudonym Benjamin as was the case for those first two books. Now, it feels like the book belongs with the other two.

The bulk of that writing is done leaving me a heavy rewrite and editing task ahead of me for the winter ahead when we return to Puerto Morelos. The hardest part is yet to come. On another note, no poetry project is planned for Mexico.

Winter wear – a tuque and boots

The time back since Spain has been almost anticlimactic. Other than writing, I have been finding myself stressed. Likely it has been due to the content of the book which has been stressful to write. Like the image above, I have resorted to coping strategies. Why I would go out onto the street in front of my house early in the morning for such an image is beyond me. This second photo was almost as strange though there was no chance that I would have been seen because of the location. I am craving sunshine and warmth.