Oops! I’m falling behind on my blog! Got home Sunday from the Florida Christian Writer’s Conference, where Nancy Rue and I taught another session of “Nangie.” Thanks to director Billie Wilson for a great time at a great conference.
I’ve attached a picture of my new friend, Calleigh. We ate several meals together, and I was so impressed with her. Her parents drove all the way from Ohio, dropped Calleigh at the conference, and went on to a mini-vacation of their own (parents need those kinds of getaways). And of course Calleigh was in great hands at the conference.
What is a great friend? Someone who will drive home with you, and then help you scrub your house for a real estate showing in a couple of hours. Yep, Nancy did that for me, and I have never appreciated a friend more!
Today it’s time to jump into another draft of the WIP: “The Grandma Gene” is now titled “The Fine Art of Insincerity.” Titles are meant for changing . . .
But first I have to go to the dentist (grumble, grumble) and get a couple of additional crowns (louder grumble, grumble) because my teeth are cracking (too many bubble gum balls?). I am NOT excited about that part of this day, but one must suffer to have functional teeth . . .