Monday, February 13, 2006

The Long Weekend

There is a book by this particular title that I read while in undergrad school. I don't remember the particulars (probably because I didn't read most of it, as I was wont to do during undergrad school), I do know that it aptly fits this weekend.

Saturday I managed to get quite a bit of editing done on my novel. I even caught up on the laundry (is that even possible?)

But yesterday seemed to go on forever. I didn't get any writing done and my daughter was still sick. It's always difficult to muster up enthusiasm to do anything when you have a sick child. She's still home from school today, but I think she'll be ready to go back by tomorrow.

As for me, I think I could use a nice, long vacation.

9 comments:

  1. WTG on the editing! But hugs on your daughter. Hope she feels better soon.

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  2. Congrats on the editing. It's always hard when children are sick - I hope she gets to feeling better soon.

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  3. I agree, you need a vacation...far away.

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  4. Okay, so where should we book you? Hawaii? Or somewhere more exotic?

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  5. Nothing exotic - I'll take London for a week, Paris for another, and then end up in sunny Italy looking up all my old relatives. :-)

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  6. Sorry to hear your daughter's still sick. Hope she's better today!

    But at least you got SOME work done on the weekend :-)

    London for a week sounds good to me too!!

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  7. Here here on the nice long vacation. Sign me up. I found yesterday dragged on forever...by 5 pm I was ready to stick a pen in my eye just for some excitement.

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  8. We can just wait until this summer and go to Rene's summer camp. Are you game? hehe

    Great job on the editing!

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  9. Vacation? What's a vacation?

    I hope your daughter feels better soon. How old is she?

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