Monday, May 11, 2015

How Was Your Mother's Day?

So moms, how was your day? I trust it was wondrous.  I want to hear all about it.
I got to see the babies this weekend which is always good:) and went with their mom and the little ones to get their hair cut. The boy got his first 'boy' cut and he looks so cute. And got to see them Mother's Day. Later we hooked up with my bro, sis-in-law and her family. From there moved out to the porch recliner. All in all a good day.
 
The haul. Note the (adult) coloring book. Grin.

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On a different front I've finished my first draft of  Love, Lattes and Angel, due out next April. YAY. After I get it cleaned up and shot off to my editor, I'm going to be working on a novella that will be part of a set put together by friend and author Julia Barrett.

21 comments:

  1. Looks like you had a great Mother's Day.
    Awesome you got the first draft done.

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    1. Thanks, Alex:)
      Now it's clean up time.

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  2. can I come over to paint the colour book with you? That sounds so exciting!

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    1. You betcha. Come on over. You can even have first page pick.

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  3. Congrats on the first draft and your next project. You'll have to show us the masterpieces you color in your coloring book

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  4. Sounds like a great day was sure had at your pad

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  5. My Mom had a fun day. Just like you :))

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    1. I'm glad your mom had a good day, Blue. I'm sure you had a lot to do with that.

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  6. Yay to your sequel. It sounds like you had the best kind of Mother's Day!

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  7. Thanks, Steph.
    It was a good one. I trust yours was also. Hope the signing went well.

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  8. First congrats on your first draft and you have a goal set so kudos to you! I love the colouring book:) I am a mom to fur babies so they gave me plenty of kisses. My hubby and I plus my brother went to visit my mom. To tell the truth, I am unsure how much longer she will be here. She could last another year or 2 or I may get a call. Her dementia is getting worse because she does not remember we visited 2 minutes after we leave. The big issue is her breathing. She needs constant oxygen and must be taken by wheelchair to the dining hall. Yesterday she went to the washroom and opened the door and could not breathe. My brother helped her to her bed and put the oxygen back on. Sorry for the downer but it just spilled forth. One must treasure every moment with our dearest and nearest

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  9. I'm so sorry, Birgit. The aging process is so hard.
    We went through that with my mom.
    Hugs,

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  10. Sounds like a lovely Mother's Day. And congratulations on finishing up your novel!

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    1. Thanks, Shannon. Now comes cleanup.

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  11. Congratulations on finishing your first draft and starting a novella!

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  12. Good you enjoyed your Mother's Day. We celebrated Mother Dragon at the Cave. There was a lot of food and drinks. Two things Dragons and Dwarves enjoy very much.

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  13. Excellent. Glad Mother Dragon was well taken care of.

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  14. Very cool on the day, and the draft.

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