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Friday, March 1, 2013

Celebrate the Small Things!

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This week I'm celebrating:
1- That my daughter is joining her brother in feeling better.
Us adults are still sick though, boo.
2- I shared my first chapter with an author friend and she loved it!
3- Being sick gave me a chance to start reading a book, I've missed reading.
(In case you are curious, its: What I've Done by our very own: Jen Naumann)
4- I've added another 3,000 words to my MS.

What are you celebrating this week?
 


30 comments:

  1. I'm glad the children are better, I'm sure the grownups aren't far behind.
    Good work with the manuscript.

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    1. I sure hope we are right behind them, I'm so over being sick!

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  2. Glad your friend loved your first chapter. That's always encouraging.

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    1. Yes it is, hopefully she ends up liking the rest too... eek!

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  3. Glad the young ones are feeling better, hope you are too soon :)
    It's great to get positive feedback so congratulations on your manuscript.

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    1. Thank you!
      I hope to feel better soon too, I've had enough :-/

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  4. So impressed that you can still write when you're feeling poorly. Feel better soon.

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    1. Thanks,
      I had to keep writing, I deleted far too much so now I'm playing catch up again. It was one of feeling 'good' ;)

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  5. Here's to everyone feeling 110% better in a hurry! Glad you found some "me time" to start reading again. That's always a fun thing to do!

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    1. Thanks!
      Yes, reading is such a great therapy ;)

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  6. Glad your daughter is feeling better - you adults get well soon!!!

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  7. Glad your house is on its way to feeling better as well - I know how annoying this can get. Yay on the sample chapter and yay on the manuscript! Sounds like a great week. And I am flattered, hope you enjoy the read! :)

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    1. I'm less than halfway through, can't wait to find out what happens ;)

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  8. Hope you feel better. At least you've been productive, right?

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  9. 3,000 words! And favorable comments from another writer? Very good! (Why are we always so surprised when someone likes our work?) Now feel better soon!

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    1. Too true. We are our worst cheerleaders lol

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  10. Sorry to hear that the big people in the household are still sick. But you seem to be taking advantage of the down time, which is extremely good.

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  11. Oh yes, the stomach flu is rampant in our neck of the woods. Thank goodness that spring is on its merry way! And congratulations on the writing milestones. Every little bit is a triumph.

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    1. Thank you, and yes spring is coming... but...
      Dear Spring? Hurry up!

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  12. Glad you're feeling better and that you got some writing done! Have a good weekend!

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  13. Yay, Katherine! 3000 words is great progress! I hope all you family feels better soon. :-)

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  14. Some great things to celebrate, sounds like you got a lot done even though you're sick :)

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    1. I did... but it doesn't seem like it lol

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  15. Feel better soon, and yes you have lots to celebrate!

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  16. great celebrations! reading & writing!
    and sickness has to go away some time!

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