"A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step." Chinese proverb
So begins my journey. I'm aiming to up the number of steps I take every day. I need to move. The thing about writing is that it's a sedentary occupation--not given to much movement.
Next spring I will attend a convention with my fellow authors. From all reports it is difficult on the feet, requiring stamina. Since that seems to be in short supply with me, I decided I would initiate a program of walking. Not power walking as I have problems with my knees and hips. But just walking. So many steps every day to build up a bit of stamina and get my body used to movement.
It is now just after 5:00 p.m. and so far I've walked under 1,000 steps today. Pitiful.
Well, hopefully before I crawl into bed, I will have added a few more. In the meantime, I'll try to finish up for the day so I can get moving.
I've spent the better part of the day working on the edits for Honeysuckle. Soon, for those who were gracious enough to ask, I hope to have a release date.
And hopefully I'll have Daffodil finished this week. That would be nice. Summer whizzed past and I didn't finish anything. I don't know how that happened.
Want to see what Kelly did with our blog saga???? Check it out at www.kkirch.blogspot.com and then pop over to see what Amarinda's been up to at www.amarindajones.blogspot.com