A Prepublished Novel in the Process of Revisions and Rewrites

Sunday, July 11, 2010

It seems the wolf is at the door. The writing bug still evades me but then it's looking like I'll have some quiet down time to get something going in the very near future.  I have been doing some diagnostic testing of late and will be considering some invasive surgical options to handle my issues. The least invasive will give me about seven to ten days down while the bigger more invasive procedure can put me out of work(the day job) for three to four weeks! Plenty of time to mull over some writing ideas, you think? Nice quiet time to tie some projects, that are already in the works, up?  What will I do with myself all day while I convalesce. I plan on finishing those blasted projects, at least that is the plan.

Don't get me wrong, I am not happy about having to deal with procedures and/or possible surgical
interventions but hey, isn't it better to look at the positives as opposed to the negatives.  This may just give me the time and space I need to get the writing bug going again. What else am I going to have to do? Life just seems to get away from us, and I don't know about you but I never seem to have enough time in a day.  I have so many good intentions but I don't seem to be able to get to everything on the "To Do" list ever!

I looked out my picture window this morning and the weeds have taken over my poor garden so densely I don't know where the flowers begin and the weeds end. Yikes! I'd been planning a weeding escapade it seems for several weekends...  I just don't seem to find the time or energy to get out there in the heat and get it done.

Now that's embarrassing, LOL I did, however, tackle several wonderfully nagging projects today. One was to move myself back into my office and out of the family room! Even cleaned up both spaces and got rid of stuff I hadn't looked at in years!  Feels good to accomplish things like that, you know?

Now that my workspace is clean, organized, and in a comfortable environment once again there is no excuse to get something accomplished.

Thanks as always for stopping by.



  1. It does feel good to accomplish those tasks!

    Good for you.

    Good luck with your health decisions as well. It sounds like you have a very positive attitude!

  2. Hey there -- long time no talk! I'm sorry about your health issues, but I know you'll make the right decision for you :). And I agree with Debra, it sounds like you've got a great attitude!

  3. Hi Dayana, Long time no talk too!
    I have been in the hospital for awhile and out of touch with everyone. So I am sorry to have missed a lot of great blogs.
    Now what's up with you? I have to know!!!!

  4. Where are you?? Miss you sweetie!