Well I'm pretty much just wore out. Tomorrow night is a birthday party for a friend and I am SO looking forward to getting out of my cave, putting on my new leopard print boots, and whooping it up with a bunch of the gals. I cannot WAIT.
I didn't realize, when I accepted the invitation, that I'd be in deadline mode. Oh I should've, considering how I practically had the date stamped on my forehead, but it just slipped my mind. And you know what, I'm glad I accepted, because I have about 5k maximum to wrap this book up — and over a week until it's due. I hope to finish it today, but who knows. Or maybe tomorrow morning. And then I'll be partying guilt free.
Until I have to reread and make revisions on Sunday, LOL. Yeah, I could take the whole weekend off and still safely get the book in on time. But did I mention I'm an overachiever? A perfectionist?
So, got any great weekend plans? (I think Hubby is doing a SuperBowl thing — but I am NOT involved in that. Going to Starbucks to write if necessary….)
Enjoy the party.
I’m going to be driving the taxi for the 12-year-old who has been invited to 2 parties this weekend (in addition to the normal dance class etc).
You need the party. The brain needs a rest every now and then.
(Now I just need to get my brain in gear…)
Partay!! Where’s the rum? Or port?
This will definitely be an invigorating party, Lynn. Being around friends, celebrating life… what an incredible remedy for the muse. 😉
Hi, Suzanne! Hopefully, you'll find some fun time for yourself in between your taxi runs. 🙂 Maybe a fabulous book — or a hot bath and a fabulous book?
PC & Kathy: agreed!
Congratulations on seeing the end of the roadway! Good for you!! Have fun at the party. Actually, I came over here to say, I love the new picture. Very pretty.
Have a great weekend… I also am punting the Superbowl. DH is going to CO Springs for the week and leaving on Sunday. My Darling Daughter has to wrap up a science fair project, and I am writing/doing notecards and watching a chick flick!
Hi, Christine! Thanks!! I like the picture too — though it took me a little bit to warm up to it, LOL. Aren’t we always super critical of ourselves? 🙂
Have fun with the chick flick. I’m going to treat myself to one when I finish. In fact, I’m thinking of going to see that new Renee Zellweger/Harry Connick Jr film!
Your email bounced back, so I found you here to say the Match the Desk contest is up at eHarlequin at http://community.eharlequin.com/forums/cafe-social/whos-desk-belongs