Sunday, April 29, 2007

Another Weekly Wrap-Up

Another not so great blogging week. Last week was a bit crazy between trying to get ready for next weekend's retreat, reading my crit partner's manuscript, my own writing, getting my walks in, blah blah blah. You turn around and the whole week is gone and there isn't anything new to report of any great significance.

Writing is going really great, I'm addicted to Facebook and trying to hunt down people I used to know that I lost touch with, my walks are going great - I've mapped out three routes: 5.5K, 7K and 10K. The pedometer challenge starts Tuesday morning. I'm pumped and ready.

The running clinic was great on Saturday. I was at the front of the pack leading the way because the usual guy who's ahead of me was off. Which meant I was the one everyone else was following. Which would have been fine, except I have NO sense of direction. We managed to get back to the store without incident but there were a few dicey moments where I wasn't sure I made the right turn...

I'm currently reading Susan Elizabeth Phillip's new book, Natural Born Charmer and I have to day it's awesome! I was hooked on the first page. I mean, c'mon, a woman walking down the street in a beaver suit?? How could not be grabbed by that? And the rest of the book has lived up to the start. I can't put it down. Which is good because it's on a 7 day rapid read loan from the library!

And that is about it. I was just too busy this week to notice if anything spectacular happened and next week is looking just as busy, but I will report when I get back from the retreat as I'm sure I'll be pumped and have plenty to say.

5 comments:

Annie Mac said...

Wish I were coming to the retreat, sounds like it will be another terrific year.

Your competitive streak is scary.

Christine said...

I can't wait for the retreat. It should be a lot of fun. Wine...I'm brining wine...

julia said...

Kelly, you should buy one of those GPS devices for your running so you'll know when to turn. I saw a piece on "CBS Sunday Morning" about a guy who was blind and went walking with one of those GPS things. He also rode a bike (with his son ahead giving him directions) and skiing (with his wife ahead giving directions.) No flies on that guy!!

Tess said...

LOL re the run! Glad you're having fun with it :)

I'm having a similarly busy time. Hope to blog again soon.

Melissa Marsh said...

Have fun at the retreat! And the SEP book sound fabulous!