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Robert
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Morning regime

It's 6 a.m. now. I will have my raisin bran, shower, head to my office, draft novel for 3 hours, work for 2 hours, have a quick lunch, exercise at the arboretum or the Spring Creek Trail, pick up my photos from last week, and then my wife and I will go have a fun evening. Why can't every day be as simply plotted as this?
As a novel, my life often reads like the Weather Channel--lots of repetition and worry about oncoming events, and not enough actual sun and wind and rain.
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