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my Sunday feeling
This was quite a productive weekend. Friday night I taught the kids fighting class, and also did a tutoring session with one of the advanced brown belts who's going for promotion to first-degree black belt next month. Saturday morning, I helped teach the kids' noon class and took the 1pm class. The former I thought was particularly important to do, as the snow Thursday and Friday depressed attendance of the kids color-belt class, so I expected a lot of kids to take it Saturday to make up for missing one or both of those days.

In that, I was correct. The class often gets 20-25 kids -- yesterday, we had 34. Really glad I was there to assist.

After I got home, Wrenn and I went shopping for some stuff she needs for her Etsy store (and hey, you should check it out and buy things from it!) and some other things as well, and then I came home, napped, and started working. Did more of that today.

Goals for this weekend included the following:
---incorporate my collaborator's feedback into the thriller manuscript
---do some revisions on the sooper seekrit project
---write a guest blog entry about my story in The Best of Bad-Ass Faeries that will go live a week from tomorrow
---sign and return several contracts -- one for a project I'm not ready to talk about yet, the other for my appearances at (Re)Generation Who 3 and Dragon Con 2017
---work on A Furnace Sealed
---look over the page proofs for "Live and On the Scene," my story in Nights of the Living Dead
---start editing Star Trek: Prometheus Book 3

I only did about 750 words on A Furnace Sealed, and didn't actually get started on Prometheus, but I'm pleased to say that I got everything else done, as well as everything I talked about in the first three paragraphs and also saw John Wick, Suicide Squad (both on home video), and John Wick Chapter 2 (in the theatre).

So I'm feeling pretty good about my weekend, all told.

Current Mood: accomplished accomplished
Current Music: "Too Old to Rock and Roll, Too Young to Die" by Jethro Tull

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