I took hubby out to lunch yesterday for his Valentine's Day present, and of course, I had to look at all my daughter's valentines when we got home. (And snuck a bit of candy...hehe). My daughter loves Valentine's Day. I guess I did when I was that age, too, before the whole relationship angst kicked in.
My second article is up at Suite101. I'm having a blast with this new gig. I love being able to pick and choose what I want to write instead of having it assigned to me. Makes the whole process a lot more fun!
But because of this new freelance opportunity, I haven't looked at my novel for a few days. And really, that's ok. I think I needed a slight break from it. I don't feel too badly about it because hey, I've still been writing. Writing nonfiction for awhile offers a nice balance. Hopefully tonight I can crack open the laptop and look at it again. Or maybe I'll just wait until the weekend when I have nice long slices of uninterrupted time. Wait a minute...I have kids. There's no such thing as long slices of uninterrupted time! I've learned to adapt, though, and if I get pulled out of my story for some emergency, I can usually pop right back into the flow once I sit down again.
Short post today - nothing too pressing or illuminating in my brain on this Thursday morning. I attribute the below zero temperatures!
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