Really? Fast lane? That’s hardly how I see my life. But lately I seem to be meeting myself coming and going. So here’s an update from my previous blogs:
I had a great brainstorming week with my writer buddy Karen White (The Lost Hours and The Girl on Legare Street — FYI pronounced Legree Street) a few weeks ago. We worked out a few kinks (and added a few intended ones) to my current work in progress. We also brainstormed two books for her. I can’t wait to read them!
I’m still dithering on a title for my newest project, but I’m leaning toward The Last Good Man.
Yoga class (ultra-beginners) is going well for both me and my mom. We still spend a lot of time laughing at ourselves. Let’s just say ridiculously bad balance must be inherited. But always walk out of there feeling so much better and with more energy. You’d think that increased energy would make me more productive. Ha!
Cake class. Hummm, what can I say about cake class? I love the woman teaching it, she has such a wry sense of humor. I get to spend an evening with my daughter, always a plus. Just wish we’d been able to get my daughter-in-law to join us! This session we’re only making one cake, instead of one a week. Good thing ’cause my jeans are getting way too tight. We’re making flowers out of Royal Frosting (it’s the kind that turns nearly rock hard when dried). The last week of class we’re supposed to assemble all of our flowers on a “Grand Finale” cake. I’m sure y’all can’t wait for that photo. I promise I’ll post it, no matter how pathetic it is. I’ll also post my daughter’s so you’ll be able to see what it’s supposed to look like.
My book signing that benefited Best Buddies was such a success, I’m doing another benefit signing — even did a little TV interview about it! Tomorrow I’m having a signing at a great little boutique shop in Noblesville called The Linden Tree. The shop owner and I are donating a percentage of my book sales as well as store merchandise sales to the Noblesville Education Foundation. With budget cutbacks, the teachers can use all of the help we can give them!
Today, the sun is shining — such a wonderful sight after the long dismal winter we’ve experienced. I’m headed out to prune my knock-out roses and pick up what will probably be a truckload of sticks and limbs that the winter battered off our trees. I’d better get to it, winter is due back in town by Monday. Sigh.
The good news is I have managed to keep my feet in matching footwear.
Until next time…
Karen White says
>We were in the seventies for one day this week and Quincy enjoyed the convertible. Still can't get him to wear his Doggles…
ANYWAY….can't wait to read more of the new book! (It's awesome!!)
Susan Crandall says
>Poor Quincy, I promised him I'd steal those doggles when I left Atlanta. Tell him I'm sorry to have failed in my mission.