Whatchu Doin’? Deep Thoughts. Or Not.

Hola Cyber Amigas!

One super cool fellow blogger, Sabrina Garie (hey, girlfriend, HAAAAY!) has given us the Reader Appreciation Award, which is another one of those friendly cyber accolades that make us feel all warm and fuzzy.

The best part of this one? It’s totally easy. All we’re supposed to do is tell y’all what we’re doing—like right now. You know, besides writing this post. LOL

So what I’m gonna do is tell you about my interior landscape. I just got off the phone with my dad, and he always makes me feel wonderful. I love him so much. I’m thinking right now that God made him pick up the phone and call me this particular afternoon because I needed his positive vibes…and as a reminder that we shouldn’t sweat the small stuff.

And that we should count our blessings.

Sometimes coincidences aren’t that. Thanks, Dad. High-five, God.

I’m also thinking I should get my ass off the computer and go feed my kids. Or at least think about what I’m going to make for supper. (Don’t you hate that part?!)

Which leads me to wondering where my children are… (Sometimes I feel like Dory in Nemo. “Hmm…where are they?”)

Just kidding. Of course I know where they are. :/

Now I’m wondering if I can possibly write 2,500 words tomorrow on my new romantic suspense project I’m starting.

I think I can, I think I can…

I’m hungry for California rolls or brown sugar salmon, but hamburgers might have to do. Lordy, are you still reading? Thanks for caring, y’all. I’ll be done now. That is, after I blab about an excellent blogger I’m passing this award to…

Kathleen Rowland, author of Petals in the Gazebo Weblog, a “breezy place where we stay healthy by pleasing ourselves.”

Doesn’t that sound smashing?! Kathleen has a wonderful variety of posts on her blog including recipes and such features as: People Craft– taking take of ourselves. Her latest post in this category was the guide to cleavage etiquette.

LOL. Love it!

So, tell me, what are y’all up to now?



  1. Misty, of course you can! I’m so glad to hear about your relationship with your Dad. I’d like to think I would have had that with my Dad if he had lived longer because we sure had a great one until he died when I was 7, almost 8. I’m pulling for you and those 2500 words tomorrow. And thanks for introducing me to Kathleen Rowland. Cleavage etiquette? I must hear more.

    • Hi Sandra! Thank you SO much for the positive encouragement. I tell ya, I am bound and determined to get there after your post today! Isn’t it crazy how our online connections can so impact our lives? It’s been such a pleasure following your journey and I’m excited to hear about your future successes. xoxo

  2. You are so creative lady. I love your posts. Go go, go on those 2500 words. You can do it.

    • Thanks, sweetie! Feelin’s definitely mutual! Now that I’ve said 2,500 words publicly, I guess my butt’s on the line. Do or die! Or make that WRITE OR DIE! (cue the evil laugh…)

  3. 2500 words – I know YOU can do it.

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