Another Celebrate the Small Things thanks to Vikki at Scribblings of an Aspiring Author. Press Here to join in the Fun.
My daughter is on the mend and feeling much better. Thanks to all the well wishers and your prayers.
With all that's been going on in my life I've put my walking on the back burner, but I have started exercising. And hope to get back to walking 1 to 3 miles a day.
Even though not one word has been added to my wip, I have returned to my completed manuscript which I believe has potential. **The never ending Edit**
Hope y'all have a wonderful weekend!
Glad your daughter is doing better! Hope you can get back to both the walking and the writing.ReplyDelete
So glad your daughter is on the mend!!ReplyDelete
Me too. Thanks Ava.Delete
Glad your daughter is feeling better and that you've started exercising again! Have a good weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Have a nice weekend, Lara.Delete
Best of luck with your WIP. Sounds like you have good news all around!ReplyDelete
That's great news about your daughter! Wishing you the best of luck with your manuscript! :)ReplyDelete
Glad to hear your daughter is doing better. Isn't it a great feeling to have a wip that has life left in it? I've had to walk away from messes of book attempts and it hurts.ReplyDelete
I might have to walk away if something doesn't click soon.Delete
That's wonderful news about your daughter, and your walking! Believe in that potential!ReplyDelete
Thank you Tyrean.Delete
It's wonderful that your daughter is feeling better. Edit, edit, edit. Yuck, yuck, yuck.ReplyDelete
Yes, yes, yes, when should I stop and hang it up to dry?!Delete
Good luck with your writing. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Melissa. I need all the luck I can get.Delete
So glad your daughter is feeling better, Cathrina. That's a big thing to celebrate! Hope you'll be back to your regular schedule soon. Happy weekend.ReplyDelete
Thank You, Deanie.Delete
Good news about your daughter. Happy editing!ReplyDelete
Yes, she's doing so much better. Thank You, Loni.Delete
I was so glad to read about your daughter. I think mothers are those who, no matter how old or successful you become, always are on your side (though they'll tell you if you're behaving badly) and always will comfort you. ...And isn't it comforting to have a neverending edit you can turn to when you're at loose ends?ReplyDelete
Yes, mothers are great, usually.Delete
I've been behind on visiting blogs. I'm glad to know your daughter is better! I totally get the neverending edit.ReplyDelete
Thanks Carol. Have a great weekend.Delete
I'm delighted to hear the good news about your daughter! "The never-ending edit." Yup. Perfect description. :PReplyDelete