All moved in.
I’ll be unpacking for weeks, but we can get around and that’s what’s important. We set up my work space–also equally necessary. I’ll be scheduling my days around writing, catching up laundry and making boxes disappear. <g>
This house needs some work, but I’m looking at is as a fun project. I’m already planning the flower garden and last night, my husband laughed and suggested we finish unpacking first. There is a new level of calm and a renewed sense of possibility we’re experiencing and it feels fantastic.
My mind, lately caught up in real life chaos, is finally free to go exploring again and yesterday, I sketched out a scene that will kick serious butt. CAN’T WAIT TO WRITE IT! I’ve also been revisiting my books. Read half of Dweller on the Threshold last night and found I slipped back into Beri’s world as if I never left. My writing has matured since I completed that novel, so I can see areas that could use freshening, but I still like this world I created. I plan to read the rest tonight.
I’ll be posting at The Deadline Dames Wednesday-on what, I don’t yet know. I’ll also be doing a seriously fast critique for my CP, Rachel Vincent’s , latest young adult novel. Have to say I’m looking forward to that.
Ahhhh. I’m back to my normal, hectic writing life again. It’s priceless.