Welcome to the April 3 edition of the Celebrating the Small Things blog hop, started by VikLit and now run by Lexa Cain, our fearless new leader and her two wonderful co-hosts L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge
Katie @ TheCyborgMom
I am celebrating several things, in ascending order:
- This has been a busy week and I accomplished a great deal (for myself)
- Winter is broken and yesterday I saw the first shoots of daffodils. I know we have crocuses coming up at the front of the house, purple and yellow.
- Writing is coming along well, I’m finishing my first finished draft of VENGEANCE, which is the second book in my Paris 1834 series, and…
- Today is the beginning of the days leading to Easter, a day I love. It is, as well, the first day of Passover.
I’m home alone this weekend with a real yen to cook and (I gasp at this admission from a confirmed ‘pantser’) to actually do a chapter outline of this story and the next in the series, as well as my other, Egyptian work in progress. I’ve done this in a desultory fashion (hm… A word I can use in my going-along-with-the-A to Z-blog-fest-when-I-have-the-time. No, wait. D, for me, is Decorated Capital. Ah, well.
Joy, good weather and blessings to all of you. Have a wonderful weekend!