After a weekend of being at places like this:
To do things like this:
It’s been hard to do this:
But, never fear. The pink pen, black pen, fuchsia highlighter, colored tabs, neon cards, tiny post-its and full-sized post-its have been put back to work again. Progress is moving along quite well, thankyouforasking–I’m now 76.1% through this draft.
Which is also why this is mainly a picture post: I’m itching to get started on edits this morning. Now that my energy has returned, I am SO taking advantage of it. After the Schützenfest¹ (pictured above), I was TIRED. Motivated, but without energy. Tuesday was a little better, Wednesday was a lot better, and today? Well, today might just be amazing.
But only if I get started. And pour more coffee.
¹Schützenfest: (n.) An annual (starting this year) celebration completely made up by my adorable father, who decided the best way to bring the family together was to shoot things and give it an awesome, umlauted name. It worked. We had a target contest (complete with detailed Excel scoresheet made by my dad)(it runs in the family) and a skeet shoot², drank Shiner and ate amazing food, and stayed out in the sun all day. Miraculously, I walked away with 6th place and a bullseye in the target contest (out of 12) and only got sun-scorched on my right side.
²Skeet shoot: where one person sends neon orange disks flying and you try to shoot them with a shotgun. My husband rocked this. I did the opposite of rocking it.