Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Halfway to Normal

Well, I think I got halfway over the writer's block. I wrote a Faithwriters Challenge entry first time in...uh..months??) and a Zest post written. I hope that counts with my Muse. I hope she hasn't packed up her bags and taken off for greener pastures yet.

I have edits to do, too. I'm about halfway through the Amish novel with the edits. I finished Chapter 8 and have 8 more chapters to go. Wheee!

Lessee...I'm more than halfway through homeschool with my son...so that means I'm halfway back to normal. I think.

But I still feel foggish. I still feel like I'm only using half my brain. I wonder if I'll wake up some day and feel fully THERE? Anyone know if that happens when you're past fifty? Give me some hope!

Anyway, here's hoping for a better week, writing/editing wise. If you're feeling like me, we gotta keep hanging in there! We can't give over to the delicious need for sleep and laziness...and staring at the TV with our jaws slack. We gotta get up and get at 'em. Right? Anyone with me? Hello...oh well. Rats. Time for a nap.


3 comments:

Andrea said...

Praying GOD will work mightily through your pen.
Blessings, hugs, and prayers,
andrea

Lynda S. said...

I'm with you, Dee. It feels like trying to swim through jello—looks easy but there is still lots of resistance. I'm sixty—there is hope, but it isn't without determination, discipline and chocolate.

LauraLee Shaw said...

Man, Dee, If you can do all of that with half a brain, just imagine with a full! jk.
I'm amazed at all the Lord is accomplishing through you, and I'm praising HIm for helping you thus far. Keep pressing on, my friend.