Sunday, January 15, 2006

Fair to partly crappy

I didn't do anything I was supposd to yesterday.
I didn't exercise. I didn't eat right. I didn't work on any manuscript at all. It was my day off. *grins*
Today I have a list of things to do, and I'm tackling them one by one. I'm not too worried about the exercise thing because I've only missed one day this month. And I'm going no processed carbs today because I had some yesterday. Not too shabby.
I wrote 3000 words on Friday, so I am pleased with that.

But I am cranky. YEP. Cranky. I think it has to do with the fact that my children are going to be home tomorrow for Martin Luther King Day. *rolling eyes*
They are rubbing me the wrong way. *looking at clock* And it's early yet.
I ran out of soda yesterday and am not buying anymore for awhile. I have a bunch of Crystal Light lemonade. And hopefully it will be making Crystal...light. *grins*
I've heard back from my scriptwriter. I'll have to cut about 60 pages. This is going to be a new and different experience. Ought to make for interesting days.

The LOVE An Anthology Authors have a chat this week at Whiskey Creek Press Reader's Group. My day is Wednesday. There will be prizes everyday and a download of LOVE at the end of the week. You can join the group by clicking on the banner at the bottom of my page.

I'm off! Wish me luck!


Michelle said...

Good luck and have fun!! :)

Gina said...

Thank you for stopping by to let me know you caught one of my reviews and enjoyed it. I read your blog in a lurking fashion everyday. The one thing I enjoy about tomorrow's holiday is I usually end up getting my birthday off!

Rene said...

My kids have it off too and one of them is sick. I'm looking forward to going to the grocery store with all three of them...NOT.

I don't know that I could live a day without one diet coke. I don't like Crystal Light although I do have a couple of alcoholic drink recipes that use it. THat is probably the only way I could get it down.

You need to take a day off at least once a week from the workouts and give your muscles a chance to recover. I used to work out everyday and after three months suddenly I couldn't do it anymore, physically, that is. I'd like to go to the gym today but it isn't going to happen with a sick kid.

chryscat said...

Michelle: I'll get back to you on the "having fun" part. *laughing*
Gina: My pleasure! It was so awesome to read it and then discover that you wrote it!
Rene: You are seriously cracking me up. Crystal Light in an alcoholic beverage? I must google. *grins*
I'm sorry about the sick kid! That is HARD!
And I know I should give myself a day break...but I'm kind of worried that one day will creep into two...and so on...and so forth.

B said...

Crystal Light making Crystal light, ha!! I like that! What are you thinking setting yourself up to go soda free on a school holiday? C'mon girl, get it together! *g

Me and mine spent the day off in stomach virus hell, so I'm just happy to back to the land of the living. Whew!