Brainstorm Session & Living Room Pics

Some jackass on a fax machine called my home phone at 5:30 this morning and woke me up from a very nice dream. :plain: I was not a happy camper especially since my alarm goes off at 6. I laid awake until it went off, of course, and then got up instead of hitting snooze three times like usual. I’m still feeling tired. I stayed up too late last night and I probably haven’t fully recovered from the Marathon. 

And I hear it’s going to be 106 today. :dead:

Yesterday I went to visit my Insurance Agent Extraordinaire and set up my money market account. I figured it would be the best way to save money and it would be a way where I wouldn’t touch it once it was deposited. So I’m very happy and excited about it.

I was also able to brainstorm some ideas on my current WIP with my writing friends. They gave me a great idea for the heroine’s profession so I think I’m going to go for it. They also gave me some ideas one how to make her time travel and give the reader a little peek into the present day before the story starts off in the past.

Anyway, it was a good brainstorming session.

I didn’t have a chance to call the Enterprise area manager but I hope to get the number from Brother today and do it either today or tomorrow. I need to get that done.

What else…? Read some chapters for a friend and I really liked them. I’m excited about her story and looking forward to reading more! I have more chapters to read for another friend so I hope to get to that today around lunchtime.

And I think I’ve pulled a muscle in my left bicep. My arms just hurts when I lift it up or move it around at all. I’m sure it’s from the lifting/unloading marathon on Sunday. I’ll just keep working out the soreness and hopefully it will feel better in a few days.

And here are pictures of my new living room furniture! WOO!

 

 

 

Guess I better get my stuff together and head to the office. :dead:

By Michelle

I love dragons, castles, fairies and elves. I drink coffee, wine and martinis. Fantasy, paranormal and contemporary romance author. Proud Texan.