With Gerry away for the weekend, the girls (Chelsea and Maya) and I have been enjoying some girl time. We’ve spent most of the weekend enjoying the sweet solace of silence. I’m convinced that for me, it’s the best way to connect with God. It’s only in the quiet that I can hear that still, small voice, that whisper that directs and guides me.
It’s been a productive weekend. As you can see by the picture I’ve got my memoir ready for the next round of revisions and rewrites. There is a huge sense of accomplishment as I look at a hard copy of this document that I’ve worked so long on. In hard copy form it seems more like a tangible piece of work that is one step closer to publication.
It’s been a relaxing weekend as well. I picked up some Sugar ‘n Cream Twists yarn and I’ve started on a dishcloth. It’s something I can work on that calms me and allows me to justify time spent sitting still. Last night we also enjoyed a Hallmark movie called The Note.
I’m finished work for the day and now I’m off to curl up with a quilt and see what I can find on the Hallmark Channel.
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Yay, Linda! I'm so glad it was a peaceful and productive weekend! It's great to see that manuscript, even in just a photo.
I always enjoy this stage of working on a manuscript, the polishing and finetuning, really putting a shine on the work. Best wishes with your revision.
I could feel your peace and sense of accomplishment you had this weekend when I read this post.
Way to go on the progress you're making with your revisions. Isn't it exciting to see it in print!?
What an accomplishment to have your memoir put together like that! To have it finished, even if it still needs editing is such a good feeling!!