Run-by posting

It’s been a busy week. Since getting back from Vegas, I’ve done some writing. It’s been more about laundry and cleaning, though. I have family in again this weekend, and we’re going back to the Bristol Ren Faire. It will be the first time all of us have gone together, and we hope to run into friends from St Louis.

I may have mentioned we are having our back yard turned into a patio oasis. If I haven’t, we are. It hasn’t been without drama. Last spring, around the time we had our spruce tree taken out, one of the utility companies was doing work in our alley. During that time, we lost power to our garage. We didn’t know where to start to get it fixed, so between one thing and another, we put it off. Turns out the tree guys were the culprits. Unbeknownst to any of us, the power line ran underground next to the tree, and they cut it when they ground the stump out. The landscaping crew found it, and thankfully were able to fix it. It’s done right now, running through conduit like it should have been in the first place.

That set the project back a couple of days, so it’s not close to done. I had hoped it would be, what with family being here and all, but it’s fine. We have too much to do to lollygag in the back yard. We’re doing Official Author Photos tomorrow, so hopefully I’ll have some to post soon!

What? It’s not Monday?

No, of course not. It’s Tuesday. I spent all day yesterday on the road, moving more stuff. I thought I was getting the rest of it, but I underestimated the space I have in my van. Luckily, the kids don’t mind storing stuff for me.

I’m swamped getting settled into our new home. It’s coming pretty well, all things considered, although the place is certainly not photo ready yet! When it is, you’ll find photos here first.

In the meantime, let me leave you with something I heard on the radio yesterday. Don’t worry about God’s plan for your life. Concentrate on God’s plan for today, and go do it with all you have.

I’ll be so relieved when God’s plan for my life doesn’t include boxes.