Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Back to Work

January 2. Back to work day. I took all of last week off. Did a lot of reading, a lot of organizing. Culled through my books—decided what to sell, what to keep. Cut into the TBR piles/boxes/bookshelves. Yeah, I have a lot of books! But between books from ICRS in 2005 and 2006 and books I received for judging in various contests, there were a lot of freebies in those piles :).

Now it's back to work. Over the holidays book ideas galore popped into my head. Now it's time to see which one is viable. Plus continuing to work on the rewrite of my romantic suspense. And I have a January 15 deadline to meet with the last of my caregiving devotionals. Then I have at least five proofreading and editing projects to work on. So I'm not lacking for work!

How about you? Are you getting back into the swing of things? Did you make some resolutions for this year? Mine are usually pretty vague, simply because I find that those made with my desires and wishes almost always get changed. The Lord is continually showing me that His way is best. But I still have goals I strive to work toward accomplishing—like reading the Bible through this year, learning more of God's love and grace.

Today's Bible reading: Genesis 4–6, Romans 2

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