We were out and about this afternoon, buying prescriptions before the deductible rolls around, tomorrow and we took some end of the year pictures of our town and neighborhood.
Audrey Shaffer at The Writer’s Chatroom says we should all set goals for not just 2011 but all the way to 2016. I don’t know about goals but I do have some accomplishments in mind. One is to keep better track of things I do and things that need done. Are daily goals a good first step? Sure.
This year was a good one. We all seem to be fairly healthy, Sarah spent some time in the hospital with kidney stones, but she came through it okay.
The IAADP accepted and published an article early in the year, a sort of glimpse of things to come. In late March I took a position as a Moderator for The Writer’s Chatroom. In April I got a job as a Marketing Manager and PR person for Damnation Books and Eternal Press. In June a novel I wrote for NaNoWriMo in 2007 was accepted and If I Should Die was published in November.
I am not sure I can surpass the accomplishments I experienced in 2010. I do want to revise Milk Carton People at least one more time and begin submitting it to publishers. I also have a work in progress that I’d like to finish. Other than that, how can I beat 2010?
I am wishing everyone of you a great new year and I am ending this with a warning, Don’t Touch Anything Sharp!