Keep Me Accountable - Day 10

Today has been a beautiful day in Georgia. The hood of my car looked like it had snowed - snowed pollen that is!

My allergies haven't kicked into high gear yet and I'm looking forward to the weekend when I can plant some flowers to take us into summer.

Every year about this time, when the tulips and jonquals are blooming, I wish I had planted bulbs the autumn before.

Don't you hate that... wishing you had done something but never getting around to accomplishing the task. I've found out, if I approach goals one by one, work a little at a time, things will be accomplished.

So little by little, the laundry has been washed and folded and put away. Bills are getting paid. Dishes are being cleaned. The house is nice and quiet...

Am I too drowsy to work on my book? It is close to 11 pm... I doubt I will get any more done tonight. Mornings are my most productive hours... this work thing just keeps getting in the way of my writing productivity...

Here's where I am today - and a BIG THANK YOU - to everyone who continues to check in with me daily to let me know how they are doing as well as cheering me on. Journalling the progress for this book is really helping me stay on task.

Current Word Count: 42,645
Target Word Count: 60,000




******************** Join me in this writing rally!!! **********************

If you would like to help keep me accountable and be entered in my contest for a $10 Starbucks gift card + a special surprise from me, leave a comment here. The winner will be announced at the end of this contest April 30. If you go to my post on FAITH you'll see I've posted instructions for the contest. I blog every Sunday on FAITH and will give a weekly update there as well. So those Sunday comments also count toward the contest.

But Only Blogger comments will be counted... Facebook comments don't count.

Thank you for your support!

Comments

Great progress, Christy! I'm judging a contest right now, which is a learning tool in my opinion. I love reading other manuscripts and seeing what works and what doesn't. I always learn when I judge.
Keep it going. We're rooting and praying for you!
Mindy Obenhaus said…
Sounds like Georgia has just as much crud floating through the air as North Texas. Praise God I don't have allergies :-)
On the writing front, good job. You're progressing. That's all that matters.
Rebecca Lynn said…
Yay! 10 days down!!

Popular posts from this blog

Finalist!

It's been a while...

Celebrate, Celebrate!