Monday, March 19, 2007

I don't want to learn how to say no, but I might have to start.

First off... Wylie - Thank you soooooo much for the wonderful pictures of Test The Nation! They came out great! And, again, thank you for cropping that other picture out! I super duper really appreciate it! I think I've been spending to much time around the kids in my store. ;)

As for how my writing is going... well it's not. Too much on my plate - hence the 'I need to learn to say no' title. I have five full books to read for Daphne Published Writing Competition - which, at least I can add to my 50 books reading list - so there is a positive side. Then I STILL haven't finished my CP edits - I wouldn't be surprised or blame her if she fired me! :) And to top off all of that I promised my best friend last week that I would edit her school paper. Yay!

So all that... it's nine o'clock... I've been conking out around 10ish (so sad!) and I'm working in the wee hours of the morning. Yeah, I don't stand a chance at accomplishing even the edits - but I sure as heck will try! I'll let you know how it goes tomorrow.


Wylie Kinson said...

"Just Say No" applies to more than drugs!
Take care of yourself, Vicky -- don't get sick because of the stress and overload of projects!

Angela/SciFiChick said...

Yeah, make sure you schedule some down-time for yourself!

Anonymous said...

Hang in there, Vicky, and take care of you! Yes, learning to say "no" is important so that you don't spread yourself too thin. Hugs from me, and purrs from the Ballicai!

Michelle said...

I so know the "just say no" thing as well. I have written only about 400 words in three weeks due to a truly overpacked schedule. Ugh.

Amy Ruttan said...

I agree with Wylie and Angela, schedule down time for your self.

I'm one to talk, crying out loud my plate is so full it's like Thanksgiving, and guess what ... you're sitting next to me.

Vicky said...