Celebrate the Small Things

Celebrate blog hop

For this week’s Celebrate the Small Things, I kind of want to start out by saying this feels like a week where I got nothing done, but usually by the time I’m done typing I realize that isn’t entirely true and it makes me feel better, somewhat. =D

  1. I weeded somewhat. Okay I still feel like I’m at war with my yard and my yard is winning BUT the tide is turning somewhat. I tried Round Up and my yard laughed at my feeble attempts. A few plants yielded but the peskiest ones (including a couple patches of what I’m pretty sure is poison ivy) simply laughed at my pitiful attempts. So … I put on my triple layer glad it was cooler than usual for June clothing and pulled the weeds out myself with only a few teensy poison ivy bumps on my forehead. Next time, hockey mask?
  2. Writing wise, I have made serious inroads into my antagonists. I keep cross-populating antagonists across my novels. I watched and totally loved Deadpool (which definitely earned its R rating because it was like South Park meets Daredevil) and found myself oddly inspired by the crazy. Thank you Redbox for the free movie code.
  3. I got a lot of almost-summer spring cleaning done. I’m typing this from the library where I borrowed a book called the Complete Idiot’s Guide to Getting Organized and it is so helpful. I get a lot more done at the library.
  4. Also I visited the gym every other day this week. I sold the one for-pay article I wrote although I’m mostly focusing on my fiction at the moment.
  5. As mentioned in Item 1,  I really want to celebrate what a gorgeous week it has been. The weather apart from the thunderstorms has been so pleasantly cool and just about perfect. Why can’t every day be spring and/or fall?

How was your week? Happy June!

6 thoughts on “Celebrate the Small Things

  1. Oh those weeds! They grow like a jungle here too, and it’s a constant battle which I always lose. I am going to be getting a new weed eater here soon, and I can’t wait to jump into battle with it.
    Glad to hear your writing is moving along! And sunny weather is nice 🙂

  2. My lawn became a field of dandelions. My daughter didn’t like that I mowed them down. She thought they were pretty. Congrats on your writing progress and selling your article! I wish it could be spring or fall year round, too. The cool temperatures are perfect.

  3. You’ve done a lot as far as I’m concerned. Yay for battling the poison ivy, for selling an article, and for getting organized. Big yay for exercising so much (Argh! I hate that stuff!) I’m totally with you in the spring/fall thing. I wish it would stay those lovely temperatures all year round.

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