Got Smacked by Monday…
Life and business must continue, and tends to happen on Monday a great deal. And this Monday was no exception.
I started off climbing out of bed at a little after 8 am and by about 8:50 am I was at Smith’s market. You see, they only let old people like me into the store from 8 to 9 and the shelves were stocked.
Since the planet was hoarding paper products, and we were using paper towels much faster than normal, figured I needed to go in search to make it through the next few weeks.
So a little success at Smiths (All stores limit to only one packet), more success at Walmart (bigger packet), nothing at Albertsons, a big packet at a second Walmart, and home by a little before 10 am. So back up to a normal supply for us now. We have no where to hoard anything in our condo.
So a long nap until 1:30 pm, a little email and then lunch.
Lunch turned into an almost two hour business and planning meeting with Kris which was great, then a little after 3 pm Allyson called and there was another business meeting until after 5 pm, which was also great. Lots of great stuff we are working on. Excited about it all.
I then did some workshop recording for a half hour or so.
Then Kris and I went out for a walk. 76 degrees, beautiful sun, lots of people out walking. We ended up getting close on our walk to a favorite Thai restaurant and called in a to-go order and picked it up for dinner.
Watched another episode of Picard with dinner, then another nap, then I finally got into my office to do assignments and emails around 8 pm.
At ten took a break and Kris and I watched a little Voice and I watched the local news. So back in here finishing up assignments around 11:30 and finally at 12:15 am I made it to my writing computer.
One session, one thousand words, before coming back to this internet computer to do this at 1 am.
So it was a Monday.
FORTY HOURS LEFT ON CAVE CREEK KICKSTARTER!!
Clock is really ticking down and we are getting closer to that stretch goal where readers get another novel to read and writers get a $50 lecture.
So even in these strange times, pass the word, see if we can make that final run in the last day or so.