As writers, we tend to be loners. As loners, we can tend to lose sight of what’s going on around us. When we lost sight of what’s going on around us, we tend to write what we know right now. If we don’t get out and see the world, we tend to write dated material. And . . . → Read More: Get out!
To me, that is.
While I was taking the summer off, it seems both my business (Egg and Feather, LLC) and my blog (wwweggandfeather.com) turned one year old.
I didn’t even get a cake.
I did get a few stats. I ended the year with:
11 followers (including myself)
32 blog posts
13 of those blog posts were book reviews
45 comments (17 . . . → Read More: Happy Anniversary!
It seems I took the summer off. I didn’t intend to, it just happened, but I really should have warned folks before disappearing like that.
How did it happen? Well, I had planned to work, but a small (OK, medium-sized) child invaded my space with demands for snack and ice cream truck money and rides to friends’ . . . → Read More: Abject Apologies
With apologies to Shakespeare as I really just want to use the literal meaning of those words and not Hamlet’s metaphor.
We just had two snow days and two actual holidays giving us 7 days off school (counting the weekend).
When The Boy is home from school, normal schedules go out the window. There’s more movie watching (Harry . . . → Read More: To sleep, perchance to dream…
I love Thanksgiving. I love the smells of roasting turkey and baking pie. I love having people over. I love cooking and baking and meal planning and all of it.
I also love the four-day weekend, which gives me time to read, read, read.
What’s on my list?
Bookkeeping for Dummies by Lita Epstein
Raising Resilient Children by Robert Brooks . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving!