It's already halfway through June, and all our school sports are up and running. With precautions of course. I have a son in marching band, a son in football, and a daughter in volleyball. And that's just my high schoolers! My two youngest made their state soccer teams. AND we just found out our oldest may get a college scholarship for gaming and basketball at a school back east. It would be a dream come true for him if it happens, but we're still waiting!
We also had news that Steve (my hubby) would be let go at his job due to cutbacks from all the economic fun. But he has a few interviews this week, so we're hopefully he won't be jobless for long.
Meanwhile, I started a page on Redbubble with T-shirt designs and became a Tupperware consultant. If you love Tupperware, I'm actually doing a party right now hosted by Kirsten Osborne. You can join it here.
But don't worry, I'm also writing! Between setting up those things, getting my Pinterest site all pretty, and chasing kids, I've been writing The Grocer's Bride. I've had two readers keeping up with editing while I write and they're loving it, so that makes me happy!
I'm hoping to have it done by the end of the week so edits can happen. I'd love to have it out by the end of next week. Let's hope no other wrenches get thrown in my way!!
So what about you? What have you been up to this summer? What books are you reading? What is your favorite movie you've seen this year? What show are you bingeing on Netflix? I'd love to know!
Me? I'm busy collecting books from my childhood. Well, from high school Do you remember these?
These and another series are the reason I fell in love with romance books (pun intended). They're SO good! And they had some awesome history in them, which was even cooler. They had everything. Love, conflict, having to decide between two loves. Anyway, I found some for about $3 on alibris.com, so I grabbed four of them with my royalties last month. I can't wait to reread them.
This one is my absolute favorite book and part of the other series I'd devour. I read it I don't know how many times in high school, and when I went back to my high school to see if I could get the title and author so I could buy one, the librarian gave it to me!