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What am I celebrating this week?
Well, I've made it through two weeks of lockdown and counting. The number of COVID-19 cases seems to be dropping even though testing is ramping up. The death count doubled yesterday to two, which is still very low compared with other places. So I'm feeling very grateful to live in New Zealand where we have a smart, compassionate leader who listens to her advisors.
It's a long weekend this weekend, but it doesn't feel that different to any other day except that I don't have to work. Which means, of course, I have time to work on my writing. Had a small scare the other day when I went to open my MS and discovered Scrivener wouldn't open and when I tried again, it didn't recognize my license number. All my unfinished books are in Scrivener, so I had a few panicked moments when I realized the software wasn't going to let me in. Thankfully the lovely Oliver in the tech support team told me what to do, and I'm now happily back in Scrivener, trying once again to write an ending for Standing Too Close.
And that's about it for this week. What are you celebrating this Easter weekend?