It’s Sunday night and I’m headed to my recliner. It’s been a busy weekend. Yesterday my middle daughter, her godmother and I went shopping. I drove, they shopped, I crocheted. I wouldn’t have minded going into the bookstores they went to but my scooter has been sporadic for operating.
When we got home, I finished the afghan I was working on. Vicki took pictures for me so I can get the pattern ready for publishing. I have to think of a name for it. I’m not happy with any of t
he names I’ve come up with. After I finished it, she and I talked about the submission guidelines I looked up for a couple of publications. I made a list so she pulled yarn to see if I could use her yarn to make something to fit the categories which she would like. We found a couple. I started one yesterday and am about halfway through with it. I’m hoping to finish the first steps of it today. Once I finish it, I’ll snap a few pictures of it and send it to the editor. If they accept it, it gets sent off to them for photographing and then it comes back to me.
I’ll work up the pattern but until after it’s published, I can’t publish the pattern myself. I need to look at my list of things to do submissions for poetry and articles as well. I have a number of them to work through. Hopefully I can make some good progress.
I have so many projects right now, it’s crazy but at the same time I love it. I love having a list, working on it, and being able to cross them off my list.
I’m taking three days off next week. I know exactly what I want to accomplish while I’m off so I’ll see how things go. There are two small areas in my office I want to finish in order to start the move to bring the bookshelves into the office. I have a long list of writing projects I want to work on. My to do list may seem endless but it isn’t (not quite) but I do have crocheting projects and household projects to deal with as well.
This is going to be a mini break before things go crazy at my day job. Advising and registration will fill up my time. I’m hoping this time off will be a decompressing time for me before things wind up too stressful for March and April.
The pics are all from our various trips to the Atlanta Aquarium. I LOVE going there. It’s expensive but worth it. I could watch the fish (and have) for hours. The movement of the jellyfish (and other fish) are mesmerizing and it makes me feel zen to watch them. I’m sharing here to share a bit of the zen. I hope the video works as this is my first time posting a video.