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Sunday Summary – Life Got Busy Edition

I mulled over some ideas, I drafted a couple of posts, I had the best of intentions… I promise! But transitioning from a blissful two-week holiday break and plenty of time to myself to the busy-ness of my regular schedule proved to be a bit of a shock to the system… and without a commitment to NaBloPoMo to keep me diligently posting every day, I’m afraid writing – and my blog – took a back seat to living life (and trying to catch up on sleep!).

Unfortunately this coming week doesn’t promise to be a whole lot better, schedule-wise, as I have several irons in the fire including the startup of Italian classes (Level 2!)… but I’ll do my best over the next few weeks to settle into a routine that includes writing and tending to my blog.

Thank you for sticking with me!

In Case You Missed It

Nothing to see here, folks. Move along…

Random Delights & Inspiration

Found in my travels…

Photo A Day Challenge

This month I’m participating in the January photo a day challenge. I’m sharing my photos daily on Instagram, Twitter, and Flickr, and weekly here on Alphabet Salad. (Clicking on any of the photos below will take you to my Flickr account.)

January 7, 2013

#FMSphotoaday January 7 - Street

January 8, 2013
Something beginning with ‘T’

#FMSphotoaday January 8 - Something beginning with 'T'

January 9, 2013

#FMSphotoaday January 9 - Paper

January 10, 2013
One o’clock

#FMSphotoaday January 10 - One o'clock

January 11, 2013

#FMSphotoaday January 11 - Water

January 12, 2013

#FMSphotoaday January 12 - Surprise

January 13, 2013

#FMSphotoaday January 13 - Circle

Now, what’s happening in YOUR world?

Laurel Storey, CZT – Certified Zentangle Teacher. Writer, reader, tangler, iPhoneographer, cat herder, learner of French and Italian, crocheter, needle felter, on-and-off politics junkie, 80s music trivia freak, ongoing work in progress.

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  • Lorinda J. Taylor January 14, 2013

    Great photos, as always! And good luck with the Italian! Keep us informed how it goes!
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  • ElaineLKehoe January 15, 2013

    Dawn, thanks for the link to the magic crochet ring. As a relative newcomer to crochet, I haven’t done much work in the round yet (I’ve just learned to make granny squares), but I’ll definitely try this. And great pictures again, as usual. I especially love the water glass, with its reflections and distortions.

  • Darius Z. Mendez April 26, 2013

    I’ve read too many writing ‘how-to’ books to count. All of them have different interesting ideas and various bits of advice, but it seems that most of them agree on at least one thing: in order to become a writer, you must have a writing schedule. Whenever I read this, the first thought on my mind is “easier said than done.” Even though it can sometimes be a challenge, it’s a good idea. I wrote my first novella without a schedule, but it took me almost 3 years (with huge gaps when I didn’t write) to finish. You may be doing perfectly well without a schedule, and that’s fine. A schedule isn’t mandatory, but it does help a tremendous amount.
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