Wednesday, May 28, 2014

"You and I Remember Budapest Very Differently."

Hello everyone! I am home in America in one piece with another hundred pages of travel notes with which to bolster my inspiration in the days to come. After not having written terribly much, it felt good to sit down and write and draw every single day. I was able to meet quite a few people (and observe quite a few others) who will someday elbow their places into my writing. There is an especially embarrassing story connected with one of the men which has now probably given him the impression I'm the most determined flirt who every made her family ridiculous. The ordeal has certainly cemented in my mind the fact that I would never forget him ... I could never. ;)

A grand hello and welcome to my several new followers! I am always excited to have new blood on the blog and you are quite welcome here. I hope you find your stay enjoyable.

In the days to come, I will share a little more about my trip to Romania, the two real live castles I met, and the fact that Jennifer Freitag is self-publishing Plenilune. Good heavens, people. You are in a for a cattywampus. For now, I would only like to say cheers, thanks for the prayers and good wishes for my travel, and that watching pedestrians in the middle of a summer storm is a terrific way to get a laugh and heaps of character notes. Ceau!

Hanging out with a Roman head on the Danube.

6 comments:

Riley said...

Glad to have you back Rachel!
Did you have a most fabulous time?!
this embarrassing story sounds interesting...will we ever hear it?;)

xx Riley

Bound and Freed said...

Yay! So good to have you back, and I am looking forward to the cattywampus -- we've missed you. Also, I like the picture of you on the danube -- very nice!
Love!

Emily Ann said...

Can't wait to hear about your trip! I just finished reading Fly Away Home, and I loved it!! I look forward to reading your next book! =)

Meghan Gorecki said...

Oh my word.
Onnnly a Rachel indeed! *wipes laughter-tears*

Livia Rachelle said...

I love your two quotes woven in (if there is more I only got two :P), and I cannot wait to hear your stories.

Livia Rachelle said...

I love your two quotes woven in (if there is more I only got two :P), and I cannot wait to hear your stories.