If this is Thursday, I am out of town and speaking at Westminster Christian School in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. It’s a quick trip, in and out, but I do enjoy speaking to students. Looking forward to a good day.
At home, I’ve been busy with house projects. I’ve been “unemployed” for a while (meaning I have no book contract hanging over my head), so while I’ve been waiting for a job, I’ve been doing things that need doing. Hubby says that while we may be broke, the house has never looked better. 🙂 I’ve cleaned the grout in the kitchen floor, taken down the dust-catching sheers in two front rooms and installed solar film instead, and rearranged furniture. I’ve also finished our taxes.
I’d better get a job soon, or we won’t recognize our house.
I think I’m just going to jump in and write a book on spec–without a contract. That’s an exercise in sheer faith and an option I haven’t taken in ages because for twenty years I’ve always had a contract and a deadline. But I have this idea niggling in my brain, and I might as well start writing.
If you ever decide to put solar film on your windows, watch out for paper cuts. Yep, my thumb receive the mother of all paper cuts when I ran it along an edge of film, and two days later, it still hurts. With a deep gash across the top, my appendage looks like FrankenThumb.