Friday, 28 June 2013

Friday Celebrations! - 28th June


This post is part of the 'Celebrate the Small Things' blog hop hosted by VikLit, and is for celebrating even the smallest of victories during the week. Head on over to her blog to check out more people taking part in this hop, and to sign up yourself too.


This week I'm celebrating:

  • My parents have just picked my daughter up and have her until Sunday. Woohoo! We have a wedding tomorrow and so are enjoying a child-free weekend. Don't get me wrong, I love her to bits, but it is nice to have some time off!
  • I managed to sit for a solid hour yesterday and get some planning done for my Camp NaNo project. I don't know quite how I managed it, but I'm hoping I'll be able to do it again.
  • I managed to write half of a short story while sitting through a three hour science seminar (ssshh, don't tell anyone ;-)). I didn't think I'd get any time to start it, but now it's progressing I'll push to get it finished this weekend.

How about you? How has your week been?



  1. I once took a logic class where I sat in the back and wrote all kinds of stories. Best class ever.

    Enjoy your child-free weekend, and best of luck with Camp NaNoWriMo!

  2. Enjoy your child-free weekend! I loved those classes where I could read or write. Hehehe!

  3. Enjoy your weekend! Congrats on getting your NaNo plotting started.

  4. It's great when we get things done that we didn't expect to :)

  5. Ahhh, a child free weekend. I can't even imagine what that's like LOL. Enjoy it! Always good to prepare for NaNo :) Check out the contest schedule on my blog when your MS is complete :) Lot's of great ones with fab agents this year.

    Meredith’s Musings

  6. I totally understand the joy of a child free weekend. Plus, your daughter is probably being spoilt rotten, so really it's the least you can do for her every so often, isn't it? :-)

  7. Yay for a child free weekend, I love my kids a lot too but if your parents want to.. no? okay, I had to try lol

    Writing during a seminar? sounds productive to me :D