Do you ever have great ideas in theory? I have them all the time, these great ideas. Like driving for three hours to an all day event after three hours sleep and back home that evening.
This is me on exhaustion. I’m silly tired.
Great ideas. In fact, I’m trying to sit here and collect my thoughts to make sure this blog post isn’t a rambling mess of incoherent thoughts and actually write something worth reading.
I should start by telling you what I’ve been up to, which is as good of place as any in my opinion. First things first, I’ve gone back to work for KGB Global as their Senior Director of Business Development. What? This is what happens when you try to leave the social media world (for work) and it drags you back kicking and screaming.
That’s not the only news, as there is something else coming down the pipeline I’m not at liberty to announce just yet. Let’s just say I’ve been a busy bee.
My book is moving along as well. I’m participating in NaNoWriMo again this year, mainly because I’ll need to write close to 1,700 words a day to complete the challenge and there’s no time for editing. Which means it will be an ugly piece of work, but that’s why you spend a lot more time editing than you do writing.
(I’m pretty sure I won’t complete the challenge for the 5th year running, but that’s another story for another day.)
Facebook is STILL off my phone. Can you believe that? It’s been a while and I’m reaping the benefits. Mainly those of people who are terrified of leaving their house because they might touch something, or have to talk to people.
On the home front, or shall I say “home building front,” we’re moving right along. Our pre-drywall inspection is this Friday and when I drove by yesterday I saw the electrician working. I’m counting down the days until I can decorate my office and set up the kitchen. Who am I’m kidding? What I’m really looking forward to is wearing socks and sliding across my brand new hardwood floors. WHEE!
I’m quite serious about running across the floor and sliding. The Kid and I stopped recently to pick up something to drink and I blew my straw paper at him. He giggled and said “mom, you’re just a kid at heart.” I think that’s been my best great idea recently, to not take things so seriously. It’s such a relief.
Tell me about your great ideas in the comments!