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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Tackle It Tuesday: Busy As A Bee

It has been a tiring few weeks and I am starting to wonder if it is ever going to let up. It keep finishing work, but as soon as one thing is done two more things are piled on or something happens where I can't work on other things.

I like to think I am pretty active in the community, but this past weekend kept me so busy with volunteer work I was not expecting to do, that I ended up falling behind in everything. I planned to also post a review for A Conspiracy of Alchemists today, but things being a they are, I didn't finish it yet. I have another school paper to do (isn't school fun?), but I did finish and turn in another one that I got an A on. So far I only have about 5,800 words written in A Song in My Heart, but I have decided to put my short story away for a little while, because it is frustrating me to the point where I don't think I can do anything productive with it.

With school I also have two novels I need to read and a midterm tomorrow to prepare for. I tell you, I can't wait to be finished. Some good news on that front though. Yesterday I registered for my last undergraduate classes and I have received my graduation invitation. Of course that also means I am going to have to set aside a couple hours to make out a list of who to send invites to and write out all of their addresses. This process takes me longer than most people because my arthritis makes it hard for me to write.

I am actually squeezing the writing of this post berween assignments I should be working on. So though this post is a bit rough and scattered I will post now and make it up to you with a cleaner post Friday.


  1. I know exactly how you feel when it comes to wanting to be done with school! I have 2 more semesters after finishing this one and I'll be done! Done forever! (With undergraduate). It sometimes makes me feel like I have no control over my own writing when I constantly have to be writing for class, or reading, or analysing, or blah blah blah.

    1. YES! I think it is the curse of a liberal arts major. We are obviously the creative types, but our creativity is stifled by our school requirements. I can't wait to be finished at the end of the summer.