Reading & Writing, no Rithmatic

I spent the weekend at my desk in front of my computer furiously editing and polishing my current WIP. There is, of course, a reason for that but I’m not quite ready to talk about it. Is it exciting? Yes. Most definitely. But there is no outcome yet so I’m going to wait a bit. For the record, though, I have the best CPs in the world. šŸ˜‰

Saturday we did some running about and then went to dinner at Boston’s. The kiddo enjoys it and so we went and stuffed ourselves. I’ve never seen him polish off an entire kid’s pizza before, but he did it. I had spicy chicken and broccoli pasta and it was delish. Then we went home and watched Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomand I bit my tongue so I wouldn’t quote all the lines. Hard to believe that movie is nearly 30 years old. That means *I’M* getting old. Suckage.

Since the Man finished his laundry on Saturday, I got up and started mine early on Sunday. I was actually all finished by noon. I think that’s a record. I also spent hours upon hours at the computer. I finally forced myself to stop at 4 to start dinner. We grilled hamburgers and hot dogs and once again I stuffed myself. I just can’t resist homemade burgers on the grill. They’re so yummy. The Man pushed me out of the kitchen and back to my desk to work some more while he did dishes. He’s good for me. šŸ™‚ I finished up a couple ours later and then settled down on the couch to read more of Allison Pang’s A Brush of Darkness. I’m impressed with it. It’s a fine debut novel.

I read forever on the Nook until my head felt like it was about to split in half and then I shut everything off. And so, alas, begins another week. Next week is Spring Break (already?) and my son has been asking to visit is cousin out in East Texas. So I’m trying to get that all arranged. Also, this Saturday I head to Waco to speak to the local RWA Chapter. I’m really looking forward to that! I’m going to be busy this week, all in all. That’s okay by me. I like it like that.

Happy Monday, ya’ll.

By Michelle

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