The Week in Review

It’s been a hectic week. And I suspect there are several more hectic weeks in my near future. Thirty-four days until my conference coordinator duties are over. I was about to celebrate that fact until I realized what it means. No more putting off the unfinished portion of this week’s to-do list until NEXT week. There are only a very few “next” weeks left.

Panic attack!

Breathe. Breathe.

Okay, I’m better.

Here’s a summary of what I’ve been doing.

Last Tuesday, my Sisters in Crime chapter gathered at Mystery Lovers Bookshop along with a couple of book clubs to have dinner with author Harley Jane Kozak to celebrate the release of her latest novel, A Date You Can’t Refuse. It was nice to see Nancy Martin there, having climbed out of Deadline Hell.

As I mentioned on Wednesday’s Working Stiffs, I spent Thursday in Pittsburgh at the memorial service for the fallen heroes of Zone 5. I’ll post a photo documentation of the day THIS Wednesday on Working Stiffs. Suffice it to say it was exhausting and unforgettable.

Friday, hubby and I and the cat headed to our camp in Confluence. It was cold and rainy, but it was quiet. I needed quiet. And Skye was a perfect little camping kitty once again. We were there all of 24 hours before we had to return home to spend Easter with the gang.

What a gang.

Today, I had to take my mom to the store to restock. But now I have provisions laid in to last a few days and a to-do list that demands to be completed THIS week, not NEXT week.

So for the next thirty-four days, if I fail to blog on a regular basis, don’t send out the search and rescue team. I’ll be here, at my desk, drinking coffee.

Send chocolate!

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