Friday, July 15, 2016

#CTST Celebrate the Small Things

Celebrate the Small Things
Hop over to Lexa Cain's and join in this fun weekly Celebration. Lexa's wonderful co-hosts are:
L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge
Tonja Drecker @ Kidbits Blog 

Sorry I missed last weeks post. 

It's sweltering in Buffalo, along with the rest of the country. On the positive side, it's better than a blizzard. 
That's Murphy standing on top of 3 feet of snow in the middle of the street after the November storm in 2014.

I've been striving to walk 1-2 miles a day. Sounds easy, but...

I hit 26K on my WIP. Still pushing for 1k a day, but life just seems to get in the way.

We'll be gathering with friends on Saturday evening, which is always a good time.

I hope everyone has a nice weekend!


20 comments:

  1. I don't know - it was a hundred degrees here yesterday and that snow is looking mighty good right now.

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  2. Good job on all you've accomlished, Cathrina. Walking 1-2 miles a day is a lot! I'm sure you'll have a lovely celebration with your friends.

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  3. I'm with Alex. For me, it's far easier to deal with cold than extreme heat. Yay for your progress on your WIP and have a great time Saturday night!

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    1. I'm spoiled with air conditioned house!!!

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  4. I'm over in Rochester, so I don't know what a blizzard is like. As long as we don't lose power, I would chose three feet of snow over day after day of this blazing sun. I'm weird like that.

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    1. I actually like the snow too!!! Hey, you live close by!!!!

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  5. Weather not so great here at the moment! Sunny this morning though so will take that . . . our summer so far has been quite warm and damp!I'm trying to walk lots too, it's great exercise. Hope you enjoy your evening with friends and the weekend.

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  6. I prefer hot to cold. Congrats on your walks and your WIP!

    Yvonne V

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  7. Have fun tonight! Yes, someone in our Facebook community group posted pictures of last winter's snowstorm to remind us to be grateful. It worked!

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  8. What I wouldn't give for one dive into that snow...as a cool off. Have fun tonight!

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  9. That snow looks inviting. I'm sweltering most of the time. Why isn't there just a middle earth kind of place with perfect temperatures?

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  10. I agree. Heat is way better than blizzard any day. Happy writing.

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  11. 26K? That's pretty epic. You must have a pretty solid beginning then. I remember snow like that. (We lived in Oswego before moving to Florida. Hm. Wonder why we made that move?)

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