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Bring on the dog food

Last Wednesday was Art Therapy Day. All five of us who turned up worked on Christmas cards. Pauline made samples for a workshop she’ll be giving. Rhea was making a card that turned into a box when opened. Erin and … Continue reading

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I loved my Summer of Writing, and now it’s over, but I’m finding that having a job – I’d say “day job” except that I’m working nights – has its benefits, too. For one thing, it was touching how many … Continue reading

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Back to work

Tonight I go back to work at the call centre. It’s going to take a while to get used to the new schedule – working 10:30 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. I’m sure I’ll be fine with it. I’m sorry to … Continue reading

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A last week

This is my last week as a full-time writer and artist, at least for a few years. Starting October 7th I go back to a regular job and return to writing part-time. I’m not sad about this – in fact, … Continue reading

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Break out the bubbly

That’s what we did last night on the last dinner of the writing binge. We had several things to celebrate. One was my grant, the second my completion of the first draft of The Last Black Swan. The third toast … Continue reading

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Inspiration strikes

Today was the workhorse day for me because I didn’t have any meals or cleanup to do. I was hoping to get 6,000 words done. The bad news is that I didn’t quite, but the good news is that I … Continue reading

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