A brief check-in from me this time, as I have very little new to report.
In my last check-in, I thanked everyone who had commented on my check-ins the last few weeks. However, I really felt that was insufficient, so I spent part of Friday and Saturday replying to comments. I could not continue to ignore all the support and help I was getting from so many ROWers.
Test mile: I managed to write the test mile most of the past few days, having fun with planning an adventure. It has been so long since I have been the heroine–I think I was 15 the last time I wrote myself into my fiction.
I hope today to put a post on my other sites to act as a placeholder until I can get back to a regular blogging schedule.
Packing: While not exactly a goal, packing has become my life. Much as I hate to admit it, the luster has worn off packing; while I do not yet find it a chore, I find myself bemused by how one packs things only to unpack them a couple of weeks later. I suppose it does help to organize things, and to plan how to put them in better order in the new place.
What I have learned: I learned that I have a lot of friends out there in the virtual world, many of whom seem to like me, pointing out my positive traits (not to sound too much like Sally Field). Beyond encouraging and supporting me, you gave me several good ideas about my writing slumps and chaos, for which I am deeply grateful.
Please take a moment to encourage all the other ROWers here.