So. . .

. . . I decided to stop the whole NaBloPoMo thing because it was just one more thing to add to my daily to-do list, and I don’t’ need any more things on that list. I’ve got regular therapy, ABR, Charlie’s intellectual program, meals, laundry, art/business planning, and Christmas shopping. Also, I’ve got an out-of-town friend coming to visit this weekend and I’ve had an activity for my sorority alumni group every week in the month of November.

And did I mention that I’m turning thirty next week? Sigh.

So, forget the blogging every day thing.

Charlie and communication has been a complete blast. I can honestly say that it is one of the most fun things in my entire day. I made a series of symbol cards that represent different songs. He picks a card and then we sing that song. I love it so much and so does he.

ABR is also pretty great. Today, his instructor noticed that his neck looks different. It is a ton of work, but I feel like it is SO completely worth it.

In artsy news, I think I’m going to try to get into a mixed media art show. It’s close to the house and the entry fee is twenty-five dollars. The due date for entries is December fifth. I have two canvases I’ve done that I really like and now I just have to decide if I’ve got the guts to enter. Only time will tell. . .

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Comments

  1. Small Town Girl says:

    You MUST enter!! What can it really hurt?? You’ll be great of course.

    I’m so excited that the ABR is starting to show some changes! That’s awesome!!

  2. Gina (Mannyed) says:

    I hope you do enter!!

  3. Dude, enter the art show! Mixed media is the most funnest art…
    oh and the blogging everyday? I don’t even know why you thought about trying. It’s hard to fit it in sometimes, especially with everything you’ve got going on! You know, if I had a scanner, I’d email you over some of my sketches…I’d love your professional opinion on what I could do with my doodles…

  4. you are a busy girl!!

    and turning 30 really isn’t so bad!

  5. Enter! You can’t succeed or fail until you try.

    I think setting a goal of writing every day is different than writing every day. One is a choice and the other quickly turns into an obligation.