We made it! It’s the fifth and final day of “A Week in the Life of A Writer”, and it’s finally done – challenge complete. I can’t believe it. But although I’m kind of sad it’s over, I had a lot of fun with it, and I hope you guys did, too. I also want to thank you all for sticking around with me for a week to get a small picture into this writer’s life. It means a lot ❤
Today was a really fun day for me. I would even argue Friday is my favorite day of the week. Not only because it means the weekend is here, but because it’s also my half day. Normally I take most of Friday off, work Saturday, and then off again Sunday.
Why do I take Fridays off you ask?
Because of Ghost Adventures lol. They have an all day marathon every Friday and I love that show, for whatever reason. Make fun all you want, but it’s my guilty pleasure.
I also get this weird urge to bake/cook on Fridays. I don’t know why, but I figure taking a half day to do these things isn’t so bad if I work Saturday to make up for it. Today’s cooking inspiration (if you were wondering) was homemade pasta. I think tomorrow it’s going to be blueberry muffins. I’ll send you all a virtual basket as thanks for reading along with me this week. Sound good?
I even got in some hot chocolate/cuddle time this morning with the little fur ball. She loves when Mom takes a break and spoils her with a belly rub 🙂
For my half day of work I got in some sketching for a watercolor project I’m planning. I might be able to finish it tomorrow, but other than that, I cleaned out old posts on my Insta profiles and flipped through emails. I’m also redesigning the cover for “Learning Patience”, but it’s giving me a hard time since I need to readjust the pixels on the mock-up I made. Usually I love creating book covers, but this one is giving me a bit of a headache. Hopefully I’ll get it finished soon and be able to show it to you all. Cross your fingers lol.
That’s it! Day 5 complete. I had a ball with you all this week, and I’m glad I had the experience of daily blogging. It gave me a whole new respect for those who do it regularly and not just as a challenge. You, my friends, are badass.