--Didn't go to work today since my daughter was running a fever and generally feeling icky. Staying home really was a blessing since I have been mentally and physically exhausted from everything I went through this week. On the down side, however, her illness has prevented us from going to the Nickelback concert tonight. But really, it's not that big of a deal. I already sold the tickets and I have a sense of relief about not being around crazy, wild, and screaming fans. I am craving peace and quiet tonight.
--The new Wallace and Gromit movie, The Curse of the Were Rabbit, (www.wandg.com) just came out on DVD last Tuesday. If you haven't had a chance to catch it yet, I highly suggest a trip to the video store! It took five years to make and it was definitely worth the wait. It's even been nominated for an Academy Award!
--I nearly forgot that I volunteered to judge an RWA contest. I just received the entries in the mail today - all of them historical - so I'm looking forward to that. I always find judging contests to be a great way to help other authors as well as look at my own novel with a more critical eye.
--Rene (http://alittlecheesewiththatwhine.blogspot.com/) has a great post today about feminism and today's role models - if you haven't read it yet, get thee hence!
It's Friday...the weekend is here! I have nothing planned other than writing and that's just how I like it. :-)
Hope you all have a great weekend!
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