DAY 18, JANUARY 19, 2023
This morning, I woke up to rain mixed with snow. However, it stopped. As I came off my first break, I looked out the window in my office; the sun was peeking through, and tiny snowflakes were coming down from the sky. I hope it doesn’t stay.
I have been catching up on my comments. I don’t like being behind, but my accounting for the writing group I belong to had to be done. I have about three or four more blogs to comment on, so if you have yet to see a comment from me, you will. I have been taking each person and commenting on their outstanding blog posts before I move on to comment on another writer’s blog.
After my zoom board meeting, I will do my best to finish the others.
So far, I have enjoyed reading all of the posts. Whenever I go to a new blog, I am reminded of how different we are.
Thanks to all of you who have visited my blog posts so far. I appreciate it greatly.
In closing, my Knitting Group at the Post Office was joyful. My ladies were very comical yesterday. I’ve not laughed so hard in a long time.
My list for this week is below.
- I’m revising the first 10K of my new novel. It usually takes me at least four to six days to fix 10K. I like to send her what I call my final draft so that she understands the direction I’m moving in.
- I have a letter to write. I had decided to wait until after the Challenge, but my gut is telling me to do it now, which is what I will do.
- Answering emails and text messages, Daily
- Attend my writing classes and do my homework,
- Catch up on blog comments,
- Send one of my stories to the person who will do the critique I won for winning the WEP.
- RWF Board Meeting via Zoom
Have a lovely Thursday.
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I didn’t get by here until today. Just trying to catch up with you Pat and stay in this blogging game. Lol!
You have a busy life. I have to blog about my past or think of topics to entertain everyone. Since I’ve become an author, one of my new tasks is being an entertainer.
Pat, wow! I’m amazed by your hectic schedule. Since I retired, my days are filled with this and that, but I have no schedule for anything. Keep up your pace as long as you can. At a certain age, it gets a bit more challenging.
Hi, Pat! Thanks for reading and commenting on my posts, too. I enjoy your snippets and getting to know you. So glad you had fun with the knitting ladies! I also have some critical accounting to do, and so a few posts may be shorter than most and I may have to catch up on some comments after I’m done with the numbers. You set a good example.
Pat, your site is telling me my comment is out for approval, but I don’t remember making one on this post, so, here I go – I’m trying to read all the blogs too, and it’s hard to keep up! I love that you keep us up-to-date on your activities, and enjoy hearing about your knitting ladies.
Thank you Pat for your daily descriptions. Step by step, no pressure. Warmth and rest, I send to you through the cables, under the big pond.
Good Morning, Susan,
Thank you! It is nice to know that you are reading them. I hope you are fine.
Take care and have a very lovely Friday.
We ARE different, but that’s the spice of life, isn’t it, Pat?
I appreciate you taking the time to comment on my posts, Pat. It means a lot to me. I’m happy you had a great time with your knitting ladies yesterday. Laughter is good for the soul!
Yvette M Calleiro 🙂
Like you, I keep to-do items on the list until I get them done. It may take a while, but that way I keep myself accountable while cutting myself some slack. The world won’t stop turning if I don’t do everything I’d plan to do.
Brava, Pat! 😀
Amen! That is wisdom that I had to learn.
Shalom aleichem 🤗
I love to watch snowflakes. Happy Thursday, Pat!