Friday, November 13, 2009

Friday- Unfaves & Faves

Yeah, its unfaves this Friday. LOL

I was to hear about a short story I submitted for a Cup of Comfort Book this week. I received an e-mail they've extended the submission time so I won't hear until June 15th now. Ugh

The snow is piling up on the pass, and I'm headed over it early Saturday morning to give a presentation at the Rose City RWA chapter meeting.

Our grandson in Kodiak, AK has Swine Flu. His family will be here for Christmas. I'm hoping they all are over it by the time they show up.

A local book store is telling people they don't know who I am when they go in and ask for my books. Which is interesting since I had a reading at their store with my first book.

Okay, there are a couple of faves.

I like the skiff of snow we had yesterday. It feels like the holidays are coming.

My WIP is moving along pretty good. I've had a couple of stops and starts getting my character's attitudes adjusted, but I'm on schedule.

I received my contract to keep a diary in May for the Farm and Ranch magazine.

Fun quote from Sherman Alexie~Men are like Tic Tac Toe and Women are like a Rubik cube.


Helen Hardt said...

Ugh -- sorry about your unfaves! I hope your grandson feels better soon!

I'm behind on NaNo (and everything else) and I have a sore throat... Not fun. It's Friday the 13th all right.

gtyyup said...

Ah! Is that one of your horses...who you'll be bringing over next summer??

Hint, hint...nudge, nudge!

Be safe going over the pass~~

Paty Jager said...

Yikes, Helen, get better!

Karen, yes, that's my boy, Buddy. I plan to bring him to Princeton next spring and get more hours and miles on him. He's 10 and green broke.

Lauri said...

Great quote! Sorry to hear about your grandson, hope all others are fine! And that he is well soon! Sorry as well about the other unfaves, and congrats on the faves. BTW...Love the horse picture.

Lynn Lovegreen said...

Hi, I enjoyed seeing you at the Emerald City Writers Conference. Hang in there about your unfaves and hope your WIP keeps going well.