Okay, ‘farewell’ wasn’t my first choice of ‘F’ words to use, but I’m trying to keep things polite.
What craptastic month is has been. It may be the shortest month on the calendar, but February more than made up for its deficiencies by hitting me, my friends, and loved ones with an overabundance of deaths, illnesses, accidents, financial hurdles, as well as personal and professional disappointments.
So, yeah, buh-bye, February.
Take your extra day and hit the road, Jack. We’ve had enough of you and your shenanigans.
Coming next week: Attitude adjustment and forward progress. Stay tuned.
We lost my mom on February 11, 2016.
It’s been a long couple of years for her. For all of us. And now she’s at peace.
I could write a thousand words about my thoughts, feelings, and blah blah blah, but I won’t. I can’t. It’s just not me. Let me just say I’m sad. Very sad. I’m trying to keep moving forward because that’s the way I cope. But it isn’t easy.
So my plan is to keep trying. I may spin my wheels a bit, but eventually I’ll get traction.
In the meantime, I’ll take my mommy’s advice and try not to let my ‘little heart grow weary.’
Hug your loved ones.
Like contemporary romance? I’m participating in the Affairs of the Heart Valentine’s giveaway February 8 – 15th, and we’ll be giving away tons of awesome books and a Kindle! This includes my book, GOING DEEP!
Enter today and tell all of your romance loving things!
It was migraine week in Magsland, which means very little got done. I did, however, finish Chapter Seven of RANSOMED HEART. That puts me at the 1/3 point. I’ve discovered a lot about my characters that I didn’t know before. That means, I’ll be spending a good chunk of this week tearing apart what I have, tightening the story arc, and exploring some of that uncharted territory.
I’ll also be ordering a big tin of Garrett’s Mix for my beloved. How about you? Making big plans for hearts and flowers day?
Big news in my world this week – the Gilmore Girls revival is a go!
The table read took place last week, filming is set to start, and my posse is starting to make plans to watch it together!
This week, I also fell in love with a new show this week. Until the People’s Choice Awards, I had never hear of Mozart in the Jungle. I just watched two seasons in 24 hours and I’m soooo in love with it.
I don’t feel the least bit bad about the indulgence, because once again I have met my goal early. Ransomed Heart is approaching the 1/3 mark. One more chapter and I think I’ll start pulling what I have apart, trimming away the loose threads, then shoring it up so I can soar right over any threat of a saggy middle.
How about you? Run into any lost loves or new sparks this week?