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Dance for Joy

Hello peeps. I hope you all had a good Thanksgiving. Mine was fun and filling probably too filling.

Writing update: It’s now the end of November and I know I won’t be making my NanoWrimo goal. Yes, it’s sad to say but this month got away from me with the new freelance gig at The Loft and with the Dear Twins college application process.

But in better news there was light at the end of the college app tunnel and we all got through it. The Applications are done and submitted! Whew. I think we all are a bit beat up and exhausted from the process (Ok I’m beat up and exhausted)  but so happy to be done.  Now is the waiting game. Isn’t that always a general state of life? But I’m feeling hopeful that there are good things in store. So for now I’m going to do a little happy dance like the beautiful Ms. Josephine here and give thanks that this part of the process is over.

Now back to my room and my regularly scheduled writing program.




  • pve

    All of the sudden, I want to drink what Josephine was drinking! A bottle of bubbly is in the fridge waiting for a celebratory dance….right! We need to celebrate x 4.

  • Ina in Alaska

    Wow that was glamorous and fun! Gosh she was gorgeous .. what an era of glamour and style… were those Busby Berkeley dancers surrounding her? Love those productions, such big fun!! Now back to work! xo

  • Joyce

    I say start cracking open the champagne, relax and enjoy as you wait for the college letters to arrive. My friend,at least you put your best foot forward to make the NanoWrimo goal. This should at least be reason enough to open another bottle. Hugs… xo

  • Colleen

    Congratulations to all of you on getting the apps out. I have been through it twice & I am not sure how I am going to do it again in 4 years!

  • Laurie at mizwrite

    I’m always days late to the party (!), but I’m celebrating with you! We had our state apps deadline on the same day, so we were doing the same thing as you. (Although you were doing DOUBLE the agony.) Best wishes to your kids in getting into the college of their dreams! (And best wishes to you and hubby for some scholarships to follow! — That’s MY dream!) 🙂