One of my critique partners finished critting my fifth novel on Wednesday and I stayed up until all hours of the night polishing it up, which worked out well since my agent let me know yesterday that the sooner I can get it to her, the better. I’m planning on submitting it sometime today and from there – more waiting! I’m a pro at it by now.
Grandparent’s Day today at school. It’s a fun day for the kids and I enjoy meeting grandparents, but it can be exhausting too.
Please pray for baby Annabelle. You can read her story here. She needs all the prayer she can get!
Lack of sleep. Serious, serious, serious lack of sleep.
I have been to the eye doctor three times this past week, all thanks to the Broganator and his penchant for breaking glasses. Three times. And guess who I had to call on Thursday? The eye doctor. Another pair of frames are on their way as we speak.
I truly love A Broken Kind of Beautiful. I feel like it’s the story of my heart and I hope God uses it to touch lives and draw hearts to Him. I’m eager to see what unfolds over the next several months in regards to this story.
Ideas for novel #6 are starting to take shape. I’m super excited to dive into a new project.
Brogan is really starting to talk. It’s such a cool thing to watch his vocabulary expand. His new thing is saying, “I’m happy.” It’s the first thing he says when I wake him up in the morning. And when Ryan or I or our daycare provider discipline him, he gets a pouty lip and he says, “I’m happy?” like he’s not quite sure. Do you know how hard it is to keep a straight face?
I got a short story published in CFOM this month. It’s called The Ash Tree.
Author, Jody Hedlund, is having a release party on her blog today to celebrate her debut novel’s official release. Go celebrate with her here!
Question to Ponder: What are your cares, concerns, and celebrations today?