Our dining room table is here, minus three chairs. We'll get them when we go back. About all of the big stuff is here, except one bed and dresser. The house looks so empty upstairs. The basement is another story. We'll be going through it when we go back.
My optometrist was so excited when she realized I did not have to have any glasses, except reading glasses. I can get those at the Dollar Tree for one dollar. I could read the bottom line of the chart and it was wonderful. After fifty-seven years of wearing glasses, it is wonderful not to have to. I still try to put them on when I get up and I'm constantly taking them off when I pull something over my head. I'm doing better. I just look at the bedside table now instead of reaching for the glasses.
Now to my writing. It is going so good. I entered the Genesis contest again. Maybe three's a charm. I have an edit to correct today and I've drug out my first manuscript. It's a Women's Fiction and I am excited about it. It's like meeting your first love again. I still like the story. It will probably be a novella, but that's okay. I'm not trying for a long book with it. It's hard to write 100,000 words.
I've also gone back to Callie's Mountain and adding senses to it. I forget about smell and I leave that out. Sandi keeps telling me not to forget the senses.
It's past time for me to get to work. I try to start writing by nine o'clock and it's a little after that now. No more play time. So, off to work I go. Isn't it great to not have to drive to work? I love it!