Due to a little spring cleaning, I missed last week’s check-in. Make that a lot of spring cleaning. So much so that by the time Sunday rolled around, I didn’t have the energy to boot up my laptop, never mind wrestle with the new block editor.
I am making slow but steady progress with episode two, so I’m pleased about that. And spring has actually sprung here. I even have some forget-me-nots sprouting up from where I sprinkled a packet of seeds our energy company sent us last year. Sprinkled very late, I might add because … COVID.
I also have some oak leaves and weeds I should do something about. But in the meantime, I’m enjoying the progress I’m making with flowers and words.
I’m making progress on episode two on everything but a title.
Generally, my Coffee and Ghost titles are ghost-related plays on words and puns. You know, like Ghost in the Coffee Machine or Nothing but the Ghosts (a play on the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth).
And yes, clearly, I’m often the only one who finds them amusing.
I’m stuck on what to call this particular episode because the only thing I want to call it is:
Misty Sandborne and the Vampire Husband
Which is really quite literal for me (and the story in question). So I’m pondering how to work ghosts into the title (because there will be more than vampire husbands in this episode, absolutely).
I’m sure something will occur to me sometime before I’m ready to format this thing. Otherwise, I may just go with:
Misty Sandborne and the Vampire Husband Plus Some Ghosts