The weekend called and said it will arrive in just a few hours. You can’t imagine my relief. It has been a long week filled with sleepless nights, and when I don’t sleep well, my writing suffers. But things are looking up. The weather forecast calls for rain over the next few days. Last night, I slept, and the weekend is almost here. It’s time to celebrate.
I checked my calendar and discovered I have an opportunity for another DIY Writing Retreat. Somehow, nothing is on this weekend’s schedule. Yummy St. Paddy’s Day leftovers fill the fridge with plenty of no-cook dinner options. The household chores are inconsequential, and with the rain, it is too soggy to start my outside garden cleanup.
How did that happen? I don’t know, and I don’t care, since it gives me the perfect excuse to stay inside, watching the rain pelting on the windows and write. I might also reward myself with reading time, that is, if I hit my desired word count goals. There is a book at the top of my binge-read list, and it would make a wonderful treat. I know better than to read even one paragraph before I start my writing sessions.
Oh, it is looking like this might be a weekend to remember.
Did you write yesterday? Are you writing today?
Keep on writing.
Jo Hawk The Writer
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Thank you for sharing. 💕🌷
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