Writing, Proofing, Moving

Posted By on September 13, 2016

A Heartwarming Holiday

Today I’m proofing my novella for A Heartwarming Holiday for the last time. After this, I won’t be touching it again–always an anxious time for a writer. Like sending your children to school on the first day. Did you make them wear something their friends won’t like? Will their lunch be sitting in the bag, untouched when they get home? Will they come home laughing? I have to close the story today and hope it has all the emotions and love readers like best. That it’ll make you want Thanksgiving to hurry up and get here!

I’m also writing new words on my med romance. Need to add words–and the same worries apply. These stories are so emotional. I want mine to measure up!

Between doing the one and the other, I have to stop by the gym. I can’t decide if I want to do the treadmill or the pool or both, so I actually remembered to bring duds for both.

I also brought my tennies, but sadly, I’m wearing mismatched flip flops. Have I mentioned my purple ones broke, and I managed to get out a black and a brown flip flop, which I’ve been wearing for about a month, as if I meant to? My daughter despairs. But, really, how organized is a person required to be to succeed in life? You can’t expect unadulterated perfection! 🙂

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