Mother's Day weekend was far too busy to get any writing done. Saturday was a whirlwind of activities: sorority meeting, shopping for myself and my mom--I bought my mom a Belgian waffle maker and added two more charms to my Pandora bracelet I got for an early Mother's Day present--took my son to his friend's birthday party, and then attended my cousin's college graduation party.
Sunday was early service at church with a couple of extra children (my niece & 2 nephews, along with my son).
Me, my sister, my niecey pooh, and
Me and my two children
All the running around I did between those two days wore me out. I actually had to take a nap on Sunday just so that I could watch the season finale of Revenge.
Nevertheless, writing was not far from my mind. At the close of my writing session on Friday, the romantic words I had been looking for on a scene I was working on finally appeared in my head. I held on to them all weekend until Monday morning until I could get back to my document. Let me tell you, opening that document was like watching the sun breakthrough a sea of dark clouds--refreshing.
Now that I've honored my mom and been honored as a mom, it's time to get back to business...