Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Writing despite...everything

Hi everyone!

Deepest apologies to our blog followers, who come to suspensesisters expecting timely content...yet here I am, posting near the end of the day.

I'd intended to blog about writing (and being timely despite all of the things in life that get in the way), and I guess my post is a prime example when things don't  get done!  Have you every had one of those days?  :)

We're remodeling our kitchen, and does that ever throw an iron in the works!  Everything is in complete disarray--the contents of cupboards resembling mountains on our dining room table and our guest bedroom.  Stuff piled everywhere--and good luck to anyone needing a particular item! Our daughter and her husband are living with us while they search for a house to buy in a town an hour away, and she is a wonderful cook.  Last night we were all searching for the instant read thermometer so she could finish her entree...and heaven only knows when or where it might turn up.  And, between joining them on their trips north for open houses and private showings, and running errands in town for whatever I need to buy for our remodel, it seems like the car is my second home.  :)

Which means that quality time on the computer for a book I need to finish is hard to come by!  How about you? Have you had times in your life where everything seemed to happen all at once? Where you seemed to meet your self coming and going?  And how did you maintain your productivity and also deal with stress?  I would love some ideas!



Best wishes to you all for a wonderful summer!

Roxanne Rustand



USA Today Bestselling Author
Falling for the Rancher, LI 6/2017
An Aspen Creek Christmas, LI 11/2016
The Single Dad's Redemption, Love Inspired 7/2016
www.roxannerustand.com
www.facebook.com/Roxanne.Rustand
http://www.SweetRomanceReads.com
https://www.pinterest.com/roxannerustand

4 comments:

  1. I often don't know whether I'm hanging out or taking in. And you have to be a certain age to understand what that means. lol

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So nice to see your note here, Patricia!

      Delete
  2. No worries. It seems like I am faced with the feeling of meeting my self coming and going. I would love to know how to deal with it myself. Blessings Cheryl Baranski
    CherylB1987 AT hotmail DOT com

    ReplyDelete