Welcome to Week 43!
I know, I'm way to exclamation pointy for first thing in the morning, but hey, I wrote this last night, so forgive me.
What happened this past week? Well, I finally finished the edit notes for Unequal. I'll be inputting those during November while I... umm... I'm not exactly sure if I'll be doing NaNo after all. I do have an awful lot of work to do on other manuscripts for me to take a whole month off to write a totally new story. Hell, I never finished last year's NaNo novel (even if I did get past 50K, so I technically won). I also have that mystery series I could be finishing, and several other books in varying states of disrepair.
Speaking of novels in disrepair, I edited the first chapter of Wrongful Termination yesterday. It's tighter, it's cleaner, and I've given more personality to a secondary character who was coming off too much like a current famous personality. Now Pat's a transplanted Yooper with a nice new last name to fit right in with the Yoopers I knew and loved.
Let's see, what else did I do... I went to the thrift store and found some more art. One is a lovely print of a mama bluebird and her nest of babies inside an old mailbox. Very quaint and happy. Another is a painting of what looks like a stream below the Grand Tetons. I need to frame it, but I have the frame. All I need is the hardware.
I also got a couple golf clubs from the thrift store. 6-irons for 75 cents each. Then Hubs and I went out on the lawn and whacked walnuts into the woods for about an hour. Man, was I sore afterwards, but we had so much fun. Even the neighbor across the street shouted that we were having too much fun, so you know it had to sound that way. Laughing and shouting FORE! Hubs used to golf, so he was actually hitting the nuts into the woods. I was missing the nut half the time and when I connected, most of them only went a few feet. I felt like the old couple on Caddyshack. "That's a doozy, hon."
Other than that, not much going on here. What's up in your world?