Well, it’s December. On one hand, Thanksgiving is over with for another year. On the other, Christmas is less than a month away.
Is it January yet?
1. Keep writing! I’ve been so busy doing other stuff that it’s important that I don’t give up.
Yes, I have been doing this. I’ve had a lot going on, but I haven’t given up.
2. Work on my special secret project. Can’t tell you more about this one yet…
Yes, I did, but I still can’t talk about it and I don’t know where it’s going right now :P. Hopefully there will be answers soon.
3. Prepare for the nightmare known as Thanksgiving. <shudder>
Not bad. I wish I had more concrete goals to work on. Unfortunately, I’m not sure I could swing that…
1. Look at one of my old projects and revise it.
2. Hopefully finish up with the secret project.
3. <sigh> Christmas…
Somehow I think goal number three would be a lot more fun if it wasn’t for two thirds of my family.
What are you up to this month? Any last minute 2015 goals you need to finish?
I don't even know how I would deal with holidays if I dreaded seeing my family.ReplyDelete
No comment on Thanksgiving, and Christmas, huh? I get that. This was/it my first year away from my family for the hollidays. Thanksgiving was strangely peaceful...but I imagine my grandparents-in-law will be at my house for Christmas...I may be sighing a lot, too. Possibly drinking.ReplyDelete
Best of luck with your goals this month!
Families can be a challenge for sure. But remember it's only two days a year....ReplyDelete
Sorry your family sucks all the joy out of the holidays.ReplyDelete
Families are supposed to be there for each other, but I know all too well what it's like to have a couple of vipers in the mix.ReplyDelete
And I've just insulted snakes.
Ah writing... I remember when I used to write. (Maybe I'll get to it today... Maybe not.)ReplyDelete
Sorry your family is a trial. Is there anyway to get out of the get-togethers? Because, seriously, if it's that bad, it's not worth going.