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So what am I celebrating this week?
Somehow this week has felt very long. I'm not sure why. Yet even though it has been long, I don't feel like I've achieved anything like what I needed to achieve. I guess some weeks are like that…
I've finished revising the first seven chapters of My Murder Year. I think they set things up better now, but I'm not entirely sure. I'll keep forging ahead. My CPs will tell me if anything isn't working.
My son's school was evacuated on Wednesday after the high school next door had a bomb threat phoned in. He wasn't scared at all - more annoyed about being taken out of school to be honest, but it was a little nerve wracking for me at work, not knowing why or if he was scared by it. Especially since he'd told me the previous week that they'd had a lockdown drill, and that scared him because he didn't know if it was real or not. I'm just glad there wasn't actually a bomb!
I hope to get a lot of work done on my book this weekend. I have to go to a conference in the middle of June, and I'd really like to have finished with this before I go.
What are you celebrating this week?