Wednesday comes quickly, doesn’t it? I actually did pretty well Monday on most of my goals, with the exception of putting up the Leibster Award I received from Jamila Jamison. FAIL! I have been meandering all over the landscape after reading Gene Lempp’s excellent post on the whole award process. I don’t want to impose any rules on anyone, but I will gird my psyche later today and do it, with Gene’s excellent hint that no one should feel suborned to fulfill all the rules if they don’t want to do so.
Monday was a lovely day with just me and a laptop, after I quit snuffling about my youngest son leaving. I’m told it gets easier—okay, I’m waiting! I read a lot of articles that I needed to add to the literature review, and began editing two conference papers. Two? Yeah, I’m constitutionally incapable of concentrating for ten hours on one thing *blush*.
I also set up the Google Reader folders for the Platform-Building Campaign. I didn’t sign up for many groups because I couldn’t get around to everyone if I did.
Tuesday, with the exception of a walk with Brigid and about an hour of writing was a wash. Work has gone into high gear, and will take a week or so to calm down.
Also, later today I will (finally) put up my first book review, on Rebecca Emin’s lovely YA novel, New Beginnings. I hope that will clear the un/subconscious unwillingness to post book reviews; I will quickly move on to others.
So that’s my progress for the past few days. Please wander about and encourage others here.