Hello, Random Monday!

Posted By on January 9, 2012

I’m not as slackadaisical as I look. I’ve been revising a proposal, and I decided to focus on that before I came back to blogging, post-holidays. I finished the changes and mailed the proposal mere moments ago, so here I am again!

(Pardon this tangent, but while I’m writing this, I’m watching a movie, and I fear one of my favorite actors is about to expire. I hate when that happens.)

Not a lot to report since last I blogged. We had company for the holidays, which was wonderful. We played tons of Taboo and Harry Potter Uno, and we made the traditional holiday trek to Cheesecake Factory for the pumpkin cheesecake. I actually only had a bite of my daughter’s pumpkin cheesecake, because I switched to a slab of chocolate cake at the last possible moment. It was so worth the calories. Seriously.

Have you noticed the lighthouse up there on the right? I wonder if it also makes you weep with joy? My daughter and my husband gave it to me. The second I saw it, I spewed some projectile tears of joy. Every morning of the early years of my life, I looked out my bedroom window and saw that lighthouse. I seem to have taken a crooked photo of it, but I still wanted to share it. Someday, I’ll post a level pic, but for now, you should gaze in wonder. And if you find you’d like an amazing artist to do something as beautiful for you, you might want to take a peek at Margalena Lepore’s website.

My next writing task–I’m going to edit the rest of the book to match the changes to the proposal. It’s a little worrisome that I’ve added over 20 pages already. Gotta keep an eye on that word-o-meter!

It’s nice to be back!


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3 Responses to “Hello, Random Monday!”

  1. Debbie White says:

    Is this a photo or a painting?

  2. admin says:

    It’s a painting. Isn’t it amazing? Wish you could see the light–it looks as if it’s flickering. Margalena is so incredibly talented! Remember when Sarah and I were taking painting lessons? She was our teacher. She’s teaching again, and I figure I need to pressure her to promise I’ll one day be able to paint like she can! Even if I have to drag the painting up there, you need to see it in person!

  3. Debbie White says:

    Its a beautiful painting. I can’t wait to see it!!

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