So this week was essentially a compilation of things I needed to do and, for one reason or another, didn't or couldn't.
Or didn't *want* to do.
Namely, the essay one professor tossed on us due Monday, that wasn't mentioned until Monday.
And the surprise mini-assignment the same professor popped on us Friday night (at 10:30 PM) due the day after Easter... Monday.
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Currently reading: Ivy Malone Mystery Series (see last week) and Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf (not by choice, but college dictates that I do...)
Current Bible verse: see above ^^^ and remember the reason for the season!
Currently writing: My Compass Home and the plot for another book, Project Remember Me. Not to mention a few poems for journal submissions to Sigma Tau Delta (the English honor society I'm in) and poems for a college contest. And some works for a book of short stories, poetry, etc. And the 150th anniversary play I mentioned.
I don't know how many words I wrote. I *am* words, for all I know at this point. Oy vey. Not to mention the writing I wanted to get done, but haven't for one reason or another.
Not to mention the less-than-defunct websites I need to use for taxes. Enjoy the jobless life, kids; it's no fun paying taxes or even having to file them.
But hey. There's a rare glimpse of the sun out today and I'm thankful for it...This week I was almost positive the weather patterns changed and we were living in Washington state's weather now.
Anyway, I hope you guys have a splendid and blessed Easter weekend! What are your plans? And what's your process for plotting new books? Sound off in the comments!