No time to play

I didn’t get to go out to play last night after all. I decided to finish some work that had previously been delayed due to technical reasons, just to clear it from my desk. I “clocked off” at 9pm – not as bad as 1am, but still could do better.

Today is a writing day. I’m working on a short story and a commissioned article, both of which I’d like to be at cooling stage for overnight so that they can go on their merry ways in the morning – one with an invoice (hurrah!).

Tomorrow is also a part-writing day, when I’ll be working on 2 different short stories and a different article, but I’ll also be proof-reading one book or another, or electronically editing another if the proofs are back in time.

Next week is going to be proof-reading, proof-reading, proof-reading (and 2 more invoices – hurrah!), so I want to get as much writing work out of the way as I can.

Today I have to be finished at 4:45pm as I’m taking my back to see the doc at 5pm. I’ll walk the dog when I return.

Short one today. Busy. 🙂

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10 thoughts on “No time to play

  1. Carol

    Have a good weekend. I’m off to meet my sister in Manchester for lunch and possibly a mooch around the shops. There may be a bit of retail therapy but I doubt it,neither of us are great shoppers! We’ll probably prefer to go to the Art Gallery or somewhere!

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  2. Carol

    Lunch, coffees, lots of chat, the People’s Museum, walk around the Quayside and some historical areas and the Art Gallery. Now off for a bar meal with friends, not a bad day at all. :0)

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