Friday, July 20, 2007

How big is a cubit?

It is Friday. And it is still raining. We went to sleep with it raining. Woke up with it thundering and raining.

It's draining my brain. It's giving me cabin fever. I'm going to turn into Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Which is especially apt since I've spent the past month in heavy revision mode. Husband will peek at my laptop and discover that I've typed 500 pages of "All work and no play makes Joy a dull girl."


Til next time...
When maybe it will be sunny...


Anonymous said...

Today is Saturday and.... No Rain!!

Funny how it worked out that the first sunny day in recent memory is a day we're all inside, reading The Deathly Hallows!


Danette Haworth said...

How big is a cubit?

I can only answer that with another question:

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?


Anonymous said...

That's one of my all-time most memorable film moments:
when the camera trains on Jack's writings. It's an amazingly creative way of demonstrating his certifiable craziness. Great stuff.

Anonymous said...

A note from "spot" :
A cubit is the length from the tip of your finger to the tip of your elbow

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