Dec. 20 Part II
Edited two issues of Charlotte well enough to be submitted. The rest of the issues still need work – hopefully I can get them out in the next couple of days.
Wrote three issues of Tapestry easily. Will edit them either later tonight or tomorrow. Tom is just full of surprises. It’s good for Nina to be a little off kilter because someone is nice to her – but Tom’s own conflict is going to cause her to make yet another bad choice when I fold in the New Year’s theatre story into the piece.
Also did some more work on the Business Plan and the Goals, Dreams and Resolutions.
I’m starting to feel a little clearer, at least business-wise, about what I need to do in the coming year.
Part of me was hesitant to post the entry about the conflict I’m experiencing. Yet, reading what some of my friends are going through, there seem to be several of us at a crossroads, who are cutting the deadwood out of our lives. And that’s a good thing.
I need to do some work on the January newsletter. January is pretty close.
Printed out the blog entries from April and May so far. I’m going to read back over them to try to chart progress – if there’s been any. I think that will help with the plan for 2005.
It’s beautifully quiet – unusual around here mid-afternoon on a Monday – so I’m going to have a cup of tea and enjoy the quiet for a bit before getting back to work.
And the work will be the Lindisfarne article.
Oh, Colin, thanks for the reminder – it’s “The Malt Shovel” in Edinburgh. I have some excellent memories associated with that place!