Time to celebrate the small things with Lexa Cain's blog hop. Do visit our fearless leader and her two wonderful co-hosts L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edgeand Tonja Drecker @ Kidbits.
So, what am I celebrating?
Let me see... It has been a difficult week for various reasons. It is, thank goodness, drawing to a close, which I can celebrate. It has made me realize that sometimes the things that you celebrate are things that did not happen.
I am not stuck in California where the drought is becoming dangerous.
I am not dealing with a terminally ill loved one.
Not sure why Solzhenitsyn has a litter box in front of him...
I am not forced to consider having my 19 year old cat, BJ, euthanized. (Although, he is so hale, hearty and healthy, he may be celebrating having me euthanized one of these days since I am willing to swear that he may outlive me. ...though he did give me a scare a few months back.)
I did not give in to my baser instincts and order a pie-o-gram to be sent to various people who have, this week, made life difficult or annoying for me. No, BJ and Solzhenitsyn were not contemplated as recipients.
Houses in Picardy...
I am looking forward to the weekend and the (remote) possibility of winning the lottery, if I can remember to purchase a ticket. This will enable me to sell my house, purchase one in Picardy, and move to France, where I will be able to visit Paris (which is always a good idea) when it suits me.. One of the units on the left would be satisfactory to me. ...though there are some palaces there that might be nice but for the issue of heating.
Always a good idea...
I am looking forward to incorporating the corrections outlined by my scribbles (see last week's post), and I had a bit of a breakthrough regarding a character arc I had been fiddling with. This involves actual honest-to-goodness writing and is always worth celebrating.
...and now, having indulged some daydreams, I'm off to read the others.