The Weekly Smile

I’ve skipped a few of these, my bad. Last weekend was pretty smiley though. Three days off work is always welcome (though I did some side work). Received the good news that a story I submitted in March will be published in an anthology soon. Had a fun Saturday night playing games with friends. Spent a sweet Sunday afternoon with my daughter and granddaughter. And had a nice relaxing Monday doing nothing, my favorite thing. Mmm nothing!

J/k. I actually worked on that old novel I’ve been jabbering about, only to discover that it’s a colossal mess and I can’t deal with it. I fixed chapters 1-5, which were reasonably chaotic, but then the thing jumps off a cliff. I’m not jumping after it.

Back to short stories, poems, and stuff I can tackle in short bursts, until I retire or die, whichever comes first!

~*~

The Weekly Smile

19 responses to “The Weekly Smile

  1. Congratulations, Paula!

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  2. Sounds like a good week. Cool about the story!

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  3. That’s so me. I get terrified when I look at my novel folder it’s such a huge mess. So I’m like..umm I better stick to short stuff.๐Ÿ˜†

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  4. Nice to hear you had a good time.
    Good luck for your endeavours.

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  5. It’s good doing nothing, or nothing much sometimes. Yay for getting a story published! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. Sounds like a pretty good week! Keep smiling ๐Ÿ™‚

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