YAB SWB: The Last One
Life happened in May, and it happened in a GIANT way.
With a steady stream of clients, a big birthday celebration for my 11-year-old son, and a major event at work, there was very little time for writing, revising, or even reading. I barely connected with my poor, neglected Team Defiance.
I barely made it through May.
My niece got married on Saturday and my sister, in town from Connecticut, asked me a very simple question: "So, how are things going?"
My response: "I'm just trying to get through each day to the next one."
It sounded much more dismal than I intended, but it's the truth. There are four days left of school for my kids and then a new, only slightly-less-crazy schedule kicks in. But one thing is for sure: I've got to start writing again. These three-plus weeks that I haven't spent time on my own work have made me VERY CRABBY.
Even so, I'm grateful for the Spring Writing Bootcamp. I accomplished a lot those first two months and made some great connections. Hope your Bootcamp was successful and motivating!
|Hannah and Jared ~ Beautiful day on Two Rivers Lake|