Life of late has been a blur of copywriting, baking, eating, decorating, laundry, and editing, with some DIY church renovations thrown in for good measure. And here I find myself on the first day in December with no food in the house, nearly every room in some state of disarray, one car in the shop, and one gorgeous refinished chapel floor.
The walls and the curtained panels on either side of the cross are next on my list in our attempts to bring the room out of the 1970s-1980s, but not for a couple weeks at least. I’m taking much of the week off to focus on finishing up an edit on The Bone Garden so I can send it back to my agent. We’ll soon be prepping to go out on submission in early 2016. I’d be excited and nervous, but I haven’t the time. Christmas calls and I’ve hardly bought a thing…
2 thoughts on “In Which the Year Hurtles to Its End and I Try to Hang On”
2016 will be a year of abundance. Great things are coming your way 🙂
Chapel floor looks wonderful! It will be beautiful when finished, as will be your book. Wishing you luck with editing and getting ready for Christmas.
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