Day 74: Another Monday

Monday is such a hard day.  No matter how hard you try, you’re stuck somewhere between the weekend and the work week.  I usually have to jump right into work as soon as I walk through the door.  Phone’s ringing, the boss needs something notarized, someone from corporate needs something, the computers or phone system might be acting up, etc…, so Monday slams me right in the face.  Today, with the holidays coming up, was pretty laid back.  Our industry usually just about shuts down for the last week and a half of December.  That’s why I can take off around Christmas.  I plan to write and work on a few things that SARK asked us to do in our last ROW Retreat on Saturday.  I’m really excited…7 days to write, plan and probably procrastinate a bit.  We have a couple of family Christmas get-togethers during that time but that’s really about it.  I’ll come back, work 2 days then have a 4 day weekend through the 1st so more writing will hopefully get done then.  I’m feeling very optimistic about all of this.  Well, I really hate to say it, but that’s about all there is for today.  I have some new items coming from Amazon to help organize the writing haven even more so I’m anxious to get to that.  One day, that little room will be absolutely perfect!  And I still need to feed all of my feral cats.  Yes, I’m the woman that drives around with a car full of cat and dog food.  They deserve a little love and care.  So, I’m going to get things handled and get out of here.  I’ll see you all tomorrow!    


About Donna Heilman

I am a writer that lives in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex with my husband, 2 dogs, and 10 cats. I am currently working on my novel, Rapture, as well as writing poetry and some short non-fiction. I am honestly writing this blog to feel more connected with other creative people.
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