A Month in The Life--April 4, 2010 Easter
I slept in.
I figured it was only fair. I slept all the way until 10:30 and I loved every minute of it.
Waking up was not as pleasant. Still very stiff and sore, and the flare up of bursitis made it almost impossible to type. Realizing the writing was pretty much out of the question, I kind of wrote off the rest of the day.
I decided I wasn't going to work at all.
So, I had a meeting with Lori--who's helping me put together the workshop about taglines and blurbs for AMP. We had a productive conversation and determined that I would cover the part of the workshop about why a great blurb and tagline was so important and she would cover the important question of how to write great ones. We're getting back together in a week to put it all together.
Then I spent some time fielding questions about review requests. After another couple of hours, I finally put the computer aside and settled down on the couch. My shoulder was killing me. I took out my journal and planned out my work for the week--which is usually how I spend Sunday afternoons. By the time that was done, I was bored. So, the decision not to work was reversed and I started to writer around six o'clock. By nine, I had a respectable 7,923 words and put my work away. The DH and I watch Undercover Boss together on Sunday nights, so the rest of the night was family time.
Happy Easter? Ours was fabulous. We turned off our phones and stayed out of everyone's way. Not so great of a work day, perhaps, but it was a holiday. I'll make up for it in the morning.