Well, despite being down with a cold and an eye infection, this has been a banner week! I celebrated the official print release of A TROOP IS A GROUP OF MONKEYS, for starters. Read on for more!
Quotes on Gratitude
“Gratitude opens the door to… the power, the wisdom, the creativity of the universe. Gratitude opens the door.” — Deepak Chopra
“Trade your expectation for appreciation and the world changes instantly.” — Tony Robbins
“If you get, give. If you learn, teach.” — Maya Angelou
Gratitude list for the week ending October 19
- A TROOP IS A GROUP OF MONKEYS is now available at Amazon and all bookstores!
- I am an “official” author at Amazon! Check out my new author page.
- I have been making videos for various purposes all week and am once again grateful to Katie Davis for her Video Idiot
Boot Camp class. Taught me everything I know!
- My housekeeper/life manager Laurie Mekelberg returned after a month of surgery recovery. She was SO missed and any illusion I might have had that I can get by without her is completely gone.
- Gorgeous fall weather and colors, plus the first snowfall!
- Cold enough for bubble bath season to begin
- Getting some legal issues taken care of. Not sexy, but necessary, and it’s a relief to be done.
- Visiting some of the cutest dogs and puppies known to humanity at the Humane Society. I wanted to take them ALL home!
- Writer’s Renaissance 2014 met its minimum number of participants, so I’ll be going to Florence again in April!
- Everything is in place for me to make a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT about my next publishing project tomorrow!!! Stay tuned. All the details will be right here tomorrow. 🙂
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