Suit size is always the same as your age, isn’t it?

I’ve been editing editing editing The Dead Hamlets, the sequel to my first Cross book, The Mona Lisa Sacrifice. The edits are almost done, which is nice. I can’t wait to get this one out there into the world.

Plus, I have to finish soon because I have to leave for a friend’s wedding. He messaged me the other day asking my suit size and I said I would have to get back to him. I haven’t worn a suit in years, so I have no idea what my size is now.

Then I realized that the fact I haven’t worn a suit in years means I’ve been living life in the right way. I sure hope I can keep it up. Weddings and funerals, that’s what suits are for. And maybe trials.

And with that, back to the editing!

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About Peter Darbyshire (Roman)

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Posted on July 17, 2014, in Lifestream. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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