Sunday, November 07, 2010

Holiday time

The holidays are closing in fast. I'm not doing much this
year, for I have a lot of catching up to do. My "Windsong"
the next medieval is beginning, paper work needs to be
cleared up before the end of the year and we have a lot of
family coming for the Christmas holidays, so I will have
to bake cookies and make candy.

Or the next couple of weeks, I'll post some of my favorite
Christmas cookie/candy recipes on line. In the mean time
I'm busy blogging about writing for other sites.
Tomorrow I'll be talking about researching foods for
my medieval romances at Long and Short Reviews.

My web page needs updating and there are several loops I
intend to join the first of the year. Wow, a lot to do.
Then there's facebook, and I still haven't had time to
figure out how to use twitter. I'll get there, just not
this week. Sigh!

I'm going to have to follow my own advice and set up a
'written schedule' or I'm going to get so far behind,
I catch up with me going.

"Heart-warming Romance with a Sensual Touch"

1 comment:

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