Friday, September 14, 2007

Week's Worth of Bullets

It's been a long week. Bullets are all I have time for, so without further ado:

  • I had jury duty on Wednesday and got chosen to sit for a trial.
  • Trials in the city are not all fun and games.
  • This is no civil trial I'm talking about.
  • On a brighter note, new projects are popping up all over the place.
  • Dare I say this writing thing may really be starting to take off?
  • Old Job is trying to win me back, and I'm actually considering their offer.
  • Last week's Thursday Thirteen must have really inspired me because I've been on the treadmill three times this week, which was my goal, and I have plans to get on it Saturday and Sunday, as well.
  • Of course, the snacks and lunches out this week during the trial have not helped out in the calorie cutting department. One thing at a time, I keep telling myself. One thing at a time.
  • I'm hoping for a productive weekend because deadlines are looming. Wish me luck!

Have a great weekend everyone!


Anonymous said...

Your writing impresses me, and it always has. You tend to see things and write them in a way that conveys the feeling and emotion, not just the idea. I wish I read more. I wish I read more of your work. Maybe I'll just remain a closet fan. Maybe it's not just what you write, but the fact that I understand why you write it that captures me. You would never believe the way I see you, past the exterior that most never look beyond. Just know you have a true fan.

Ami said...

a lot like you -- Thanks for commenting. It's always nice to know I have readers out there who enjoy what I write. I always hope that something I write touches someone else, so I love hearing from people who get something out of my posts (even when they're silly or mundane).

katy said...

If Hallmark made a "I hope jury duty is a blast" cards, I would surely get you one.

I miss you. What happened to that game night I was going to plan? And how is it almost Oct-freaking-tober already!?

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