Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Nag, nag, nag

Two of my three test readers for the Wayfarer series are nagging me to finish the story.  I can't help that there is more in the last chapter than I would have thought.  I have to tell the whole story and not leave out the good bits. 

This means they have to have patience.  I thought I'd finish it last night but I got distracted by other tasks.  One of these things was a conversation with one of the readers. 

I am hoping the ending will be good.  I have an exciting scene in my head that I want to include but I'll see if I can make it play out. 

In the meanwhile, I've had requests for two hats and a few other crochet things.  I probably should work on my daughter's afghan which I haven't worked on in a while. 

My mother is resting comfortably if not patiently.  She wants to get up and go like she did before her stroke but the doctors are telling her to take it easy.  I understand the anxiousness to be back to regular routine but there is also the matter of taking care of yourself. 

This next weekend I'm hoping for some writing time so I can work on marketing and writing.  I need to do both so I'll have to see how things go.  I have another crochet booklet I want to get out there for production.  I'm hoping it will be a productive weekend. 

This week I've been struggling with a lot of pain in my legs, partly due to stress from all the stuff over the weekend, and partly due to the overwork from driving and doing stairs on Saturday.  It slows me down and wears me out but I'll do what I need to in order to get better.

Hopefully - fingers crossed - Virginia and Stephanie close on their house today.  They are waiting on one form and if that gets delivered they can still close today.  It is exciting for them to buy their very first house!  I'm hoping for a call saying they are owners at some point today!

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