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Thursday, 11 January 2007

Lots to do!

Okay, so I got back into it today. Though I didn't actually get a chance to sit down until about 2pm. I had several things to do today - none of them writing related. That took a lot of time, not to mention that the morning flew by and it was time to feed my daughter lunch before I realised it!

Also made a vanilla cake to surprise the hubby when he gets home, though it's not really a suprise. He already knows about it. :/

Anyway, I got through 40 pages today and I'm hoping to do some more later. We'll see how I go. I'm still enjoying this tale, I really like Jake and Mary.

My daughter watched another Barbie flick today, Fairytopia this time. Shelli and Zinnia, I'm glad I'm not alone on the Barbie movie thing. My gosh! At least this one just had music, without the endless (annoying) singing. At least I think it didn't, I tried to block it all out as much as I could. Totally lost myself in the story this time.

I'm a bit sore today. We got back into the weights last night, after the brief hiatus. My arms are sore and so are my legs, and let's not even talk about my sides! But hell, it feels good. I've actually missed it. I've got more energy when we workout, just feel better overall. Isn't that strange? Strange but cool.

Anyway, I think I'm gonna go take a look around the net for a while. Just take it easy for a bit...

3 comments :

Samantha Lucas said...

Wow, you're baking cake, Cora was baking cokkies and Shelli's a vegitarian.

I think I'm going to the kitchen. :)

Cora Zane said...

Mmm...vanilla cake!

40 pages? Woman you're rockin'! ^_^

Y said...

LOL Samantha!



And Cora, my daughter had most of it! Cheeky girl made sure we put a nice big piece of cake away for breakfast this morning. :/

 
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