Saturday, November 25, 2006

Post-holiday updates

I hope that everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving and managed not to be too traumatized by Black Friday. Those of you overseas, I hope the weekend's treating you well.

I have been dutifully writing along on my next project. Then I made the mistake of looking at all of the things I want to do for next year. Even without any firm deadline committments, it looks like it's going to be another busy year. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but it means I need to re-examine my ability to say no.

In other exciting news, congratulations to Mary Danielson for winning Round Three of the Harper Teen FanLit contest! It's about time! She finaled nearly every week in Avon FanLit, so her big day was just taking its time.

4 comments:

Alice Audrey said...

I thought you were supposed to wait until New Year's Eve to shock yourself with what you hope to get done.

Alice

Shelli Stevens said...

Yay for a busy year! Busy is good :D

Anonymous said...

You've got a jump on me for working on goals. . . I'm almost afraid to see how I did this year on the ones I set back in January.

Went shopping late last night to avoid the crowds. I think that's the way to go. . . I love saving money, but to stand out in the cold for hours or days ~ hmmmm, let me think about that. . . NO!

M.E Ellis said...

Congrats to Mary!

I've thought about next year, and it's similar to this year with a few extras.

If I've managed it this year, next year will be fine.

I hope.

:o)