My husband is sick and I’m currently trying not to fall victim to whatever strain of the plague he’s carrying. Not only do I have work during a time where we’re a little short on staff, but I’m throwing an Advent-themed tea party on Saturday.
(Because when you go to a get-together, you want to take home a bag of goodies, not the latest flu bug.)
On top of that, my latest project, WILLOWS OF FATE, has stalled for the moment. But, at least it’s stalled during an action scene. That’s actually helpful, because I at least have a better idea of how I want it to go, than if I have to start a whole new chapter while being unsure of where the plot is supposed to go next. Little solution vs. large solution, I suppose.
And the program I’m using to run this blog continually has issues.
Though, I could have it worse. I could be buried under a mountain of snow like they are in Philadelphia. The worst we’ve had here is rain, accompanied with either unseasonably warm, or unseasonably cold, temperatures.
Meanwhile, I’m trying to finish Kreeft’s You Can Understand the Bible.
I find myself going through cycles. For months, I may be reading nothing but novels, but then something grabs my interest and I’m taking off after nonfiction. I have a stack of nonfiction books I want to get through before the end of the year. With one novel by Evelyn Waugh shoved into the center. It’s a library book; I think I’ll probably end up returning it unread.
If I don’t forget about it entirely and accrue a fine on it…
And that, so far, is my life. Next Monday will be my last blog post until after the New Year, for obvious reasons.
I hope all of my readers in the affected areas of the winter storm are keeping safe!