Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,
Jennifer
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For my LJ friends who live outside the US...

My sister suggested that I should seriously consider spending a chunk of my Writing Year in a foreign/exotic locale. At first, I figured such an idea would be too distracting and/or too expensive. But, now that I think about it, I wonder. It would get the creative juices flowing. Is it possible one of my LJ friends would be willing to take me in for a month or so some time in 2007? If yes, what would it take? Vaccinations? Renew my passport? The ideas are percolating. Volunteers to become my foster home anyone?
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