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Sunday Salon: December 6, 2015

I’m not sure how this week passed so quickly. One minute it is a cold, rainy Monday morning, and the next minute it is a warm, sunny Saturday afternoon. I became well acquainted with the chiropractor this week, but other than that, I’m not sure where the time went.

Today’s Sunday Salon will be short and sweet…

Reading:

My reflection in
the Silver Bells

Not much to report here, I fear. I had great plans to delve into my Christmas books. I have a few Christmas cozies calling my name, as well as a collection of short stories that continues to wait patiently on my shelves. Unfortunately,  I didn’t begin a single one.

I am about half-way through the Goblet of  Fire, but even that is slow going.

Big Magic is sitting right here beside me, and yet I ignore its calling.

Perhaps this week I will finally finish something.


Blogging:

Evergreen baskets

Most of my writing this week focused on blog posts. I completed two guest posts that will be published next week, as well as three posts for my own blogs.

I’m hoping to return to First Impressionism this week and flesh out potential conflict. I have narrowed the target audience to 6th-8th grade, young YA. This has been my comfort level all along. Why do I doubt myself?

Artist Date:
Gorgeous Tree at
Union Station
I did take time this week to have a bit of outdoor fun. I spent most of the dayThursday with a photography buddy.
We ventured to the Plaza – Kansas City’s version of 5th Avenue or Miracle Mile or the Champs Elysees. The area truly shines at night, when nearly sixty miles of brightly colored bulbs outline each building. But we had fun during the daylight hours, strolling up and down the main street, taking pictures of holiday window displays and early-bird shoppers.
We also visited Union Station, and enjoyed photographing its festive decorations. 
I definitely enjoyed a good week, it just lacked literary activity. Hopefully I will remedy this in the days ahead.

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