Twin Moment

Writers. Twins. Biologically unrelated. Laughing at
ourselves (and each other), listening to amazing
music, and living life epically. We present, our blog.
Prepare to be astounded.

An Update & Apology

I think I'm slowly becoming just as bad a blog writer as I am a blog reader. Which, you'll understand if you know how often I keep up with reading, is NOT a good thing. So, I'll start out with "I'm sorry." There hasn't been a peep out of me on this blog except to wish Constance a happy birthday.

No, I haven't been slacking. I can explain.

I've been out of town. First to see my out-of-state spine doctor (it was time to discuss important things, get x-rayed, fixed and straightened some more) and then second to visit family. All in all, I've done a terrible job keeping on top of online things. My biggest challenge -- and top priority -- was teaching myself an entire module of Chemistry, to ensure I maintain the straight A's that will get me out of the final. Blogging, forum-posting, tweeting and chat-hosting ended up pushed to the side.

But now, all that's past, and I'm back! With some good news and a handful of questions.

First, the good news.

You may or may not know that I've been on hold with the dancing thing for a while now, while I correct my Scoliosis. (I've brought this up in other posts before, as well as throughout my online profiles and "About Me"s.) While I was at the clinic this time, I talked to my doctor about the possibility of maybe doing ballet again. And here I'll try to keep exclamation points to a minimum, but not-so-long-but-kind-of-dramatic-story short, he said yes.


Words don't really describe how happy I was that entire day. Basically on cloud nine. Now it's just a matter of timing and money, but all lights are green, and I can't wait to be back in the studio! It's made turning 18 look three shades brighter.

Now, enough about me. It's time for that handful of questions. How are YOU guys? What's new? How are your novels coming? What've you been reading lately? Do share! I'm itching to hear from you. I've felt painfully disconnected the past few weeks. It might as well have been months.

Until next time, and Happy Tuesday!

Best Part of Today: The beautiful sunshine.
Currently Craving: Hot chocolate.
Music Pick: "Soldier" by Ingrid Michaelson
I'm Reading: "Mansfield Park" by Jane Austen
WIP: Aqueous (50,117 words)

10 epic comments:

Ohhh, ya know. I'm pretty good.



I have been thinking (guiltily) about how I haven't posted recently. I don't even have the out-of-town excuse. *cough*

I knew about the green light! *throws confetti* I am so happy for you, Twin!! ^_^


Good for you!!! It's nice to know that you'll be doing what you love to do again!

And as for me, I'm busy with school, but I always manage to put sometime in for writing. I'm trying to meet new people, and recently, my life has been great.


Oh my gosh I'm so happy for you and I trying not to smile because I have a clay mask on my face but I can't help it I'M SO HAPPY! :]


@Taryn *smiles*

@Constance Haha, it's OK. I'm sure you could think of SOMETHING.

@Taylor Thank you!! I'm SO excited. And yay! I'm so glad to hear that!

@Brittany *hugs* You're just awesome. Thank you!


I would've seen this earlier if you'd posted it on the forum thread…*cough*nudge*that's what it's for*cough* XP

I'm so excited for you! That's got to be one of the best feelings in the world. The only remotely comparable situation I've had was when I mostly cut off the very tip of my finger at work, and I couldn't play guitar for like three months until it healed. Again, not even close, but I can empathize by expanding my feelings of freedom and jubilation to 1 billion. =D

Anyway, I'm good. …And I forgot that you responded to my email, so…I should do that sometime soon. ^_^

P.S. I hate to be a Grammar Nazi, but…a certain state capital and the last name of a certain author, while homophones, are not homographs. What are friends for if not to point out typos, eh? XP


@Amanda Ahh... yes. I don't know why I didn't post it there. I've been a little disorganized. And at first I was kind of still processing the news myself, and didn't think about sharing it with everyone.

OW. You cut the tip of your finger off!? *shudders*

GOODNESS. Don't apologize. I'm absolutely horrified. I must've ben typing quickly or SOMETHING-- actually, no. There's no excuse for this mistake. Thank you for pointing it out. O_O *breathes*


LOL! I thought you might wish someone to point it out, so it didn't get left there for all to see, for all of eternity…ANYWAY.

Yes. I was extremely tired, working at the coffee stand in AK's version of Safeway(it wasn't a Starbucks yet, just served local brands), and no coffee beans were coming out of the grinder. Something was stuck, so without turning off the grinding gears(because I was so tired out of my cabeza), I stuck my finger in the opening a little bit to get the blockage out, and the grinder lopped off about a millimeter and a half of index finger. I mostly laughed because it was the dumbest thing, and the finger did completely recover, though is now scarred. That's my barista horror story! XD


*hug* I'm so happy for you!

I also wanted to let you guys know that I awarded you the Kreativ Blogger award on my site today :)


@Amanda Ahem. Yes. Thank you. O_O *still in shock*

OUCH. That sounds so painful! But hey, now you have a battle scar, to prove all your long, hard hours of... barista-ing. O_o

@Anna Thank you! :D You did?? *runs over to see*


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