On Course, Of Course.

ROW80LogocopyWhat does one say when things are …  well pretty much exactly where they should be? That’s pretty much the whole of this ROW80 check-in.  I don’t have much to report except steady progress.

Steady progress…

Nothing too amazing, nothing bad (except a mad desire to stay up late and reread sections of a story and the ensuing exhaustion that follows giving in to temptation… oh, and that tummy thing that took me out for most of Friday and Saturday–that just sucked as did the migraine that followed Sunday morning)…

Hmm…  that doesn’t sound all that upbeat now does it?  But despite the real crap this weekend held, I feel like things went pretty good.  I wrote (a lot), I got outside and did a bunch of lawn and yard work, I went to one of the local NaNoWriMo gatherings, had some reading time, playing time, social time…  I even may have solved another problem that has hounded me recently.

3d43d8dThere’s ups and downs in most things.  I’m choosing to focus on the ups…  It’s a lot easier to see where I’m trying to get to when I do that than when I start looking at the dips.

6 responses to “On Course, Of Course.

  1. Beautifully said, Sys. ❤ So happy you're looking on the bright side of life *cue goofy Pythonesque whistling*.

    And hooray for well timed yard work. I failed to buy a yard rake, or ask Jim to, before the rains came…but I did start excavation on the front porch, and I've done a lot in the kids' rooms, especially Miss Tardis's! =)

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    • You’re forgetting to buy a rake sounds like me and a broom for the deck… Excavation though is a good thing, at least if that’s something you want to do.

      Thank you. I couldn’t get the Python song out of my head before either. 😀

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      • JIm bought the rake – he’s my hero! And, yes, I want to do the excavation, and I only do it a few minutes a day, so it’s not nearly so overwhelming as it was the last time I did it – not to mention that I don’t want to move things we will never ever use again, but that someone else would.

        I hope you remember that broom soon.

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  2. Steady progress is wonderful. Good luck with the coming week.

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