Thursday, December 3, 2020

Celebrate the Small Things 4-12-20





This post is part of Lexa Cain's blog hop, Celebrate the Small Things. Head on over there to sign up!

What am I celebrating this week?

I haven't quite finished #CatholicSchoolLesbians, but I wrote another 6K+ on Wednesday and feel like I'm probably only two chapters away from the ending.  Plus maybe an epilogue.  I think I can probably finish over the weekend which is perfect because I can then leave it alone over the holidays and come back to revise with fresh eyes after the summer break.

It's only three weeks until Christmas, if you can believe it.  I really need to do some thinking about Christmas shopping at some point.  I keep thinking things at work might clam down a little as we head into the break, but it doesn't seem to be happening.  Thankfully I'm not hosting Christmas dinner this year, just breakfast.  I am going to need to do some thinking about that though, because we don't finish work until 1pm on the 24th.

How are your Christmas plans shaping up, if you even have any? This year I can't take it for granted that anyone does outside of my own country.

What are you celebrating this week?


3 comments:

  1. Since it turned out to be a complete story in three acts, the three years I officially did NaNo I always ended the story at 50,000. I had begun long-necessary actual edits when my previous computer died, so returning to that project will be a prolonged long-term proposition, likely.

    Anyway. I did my Christmas shopping finally! I always try to plan in advance so I know what I’m doing, so it becomes a matter of finalizing. This year I put together a collection of material for family. I’ve been writing poems for my niece but expanded that operation a little. Waiting to see what they think.

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  2. I haven't made any Christmas plans yet, but I am mostly done with my shopping. I just need to get a couple of gift cards and I'll be done.

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  3. Good for you. You're really coming along on that book. All Christmas shopping has to be done online around here. I haven't actually been out shopping in months.

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