So, of course, school has thrown blogging WAAAY off schedule, but I’m back. *sheepish grin* Okay, so let’s just move on and look at August’s highlights:
- Read James Rubart’s Book of Days. Oh . . . wow . . . just . . . wow . . .
- Did a ton of tomato canning with my mom. She’s doing the very last batch of canning today so that we’ll have 200 quarts for this winter. 🙂
- Did some writing. Some . . . not enough. *sheepish grin*
And without further ado – August wasn’t as dull as it sounded, I promise – SEPTEMBER!
- Write. What else?
- School. I mean, of course.
- Read. As in, Michael Vey 7. 7! Already! The series is finished! Anybody as dying as I am to get my hands on that thing?
- Do research. I’ve got a couple agriculture/livestock things to research this month for future reference.
- Find out again what serendipity means.
- Have Lentil the Cat spayed. Since, uh, she’s in heat again, only this time we have a four-month-old male cat in the house. AND she’s escaped, like, six times through the porch. 🙂
Yeah, so September looks like fun. What are your plans? Is reading Michael Vey among them??? Let’s chat!
By the way . . . on my next post I’ll be talking about a valuable tool for writers that is not the laptop/computer. Nor is it the pen and paper. Don’t miss that!