Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The three R's

I have been busy with the "3 R's" for the past week. You know... 'riting, redecorating, and reading... the "3 R's".

It was the 'riting that started the redecorating. I was home alone one morning (trying to avoid a cover letter) and started wondering, How would the room look if I moved the couch over here? By the time my dearly beloved walked in the door, three rooms were in various stages of disarray. cover letter cover letter

Now that the dust has begun to settle, I have stuff that requires a decision - keep? throw? cover letter cover letter The hardest things to pry from my tightly clenched fists are the paper crafting magazines that inspire and teach. (I hate to part with them, but something has to go and I have grown so fond of Rod...) So, cover letter cover letter I'm carefully reading them all, trying to make some decisons. So far, I have about 3 pages that I can throw away.

Meanwhile, cover letter cover letter there's the 'riting... I have an article ready to submit. Well, it's ready except for the cover letter - which gets you in the door or in the trash. Yep! It is almost as important as the piece being submitted. Hence... the nagging whisper cover letter cover letter while giving in to the distractions of redecorating and reading.

I have set a deadline. The packet must be in the mail tomorrow.

So here I am, hard at work... blogging. Aaargh.

This picture has nothing to do with anything. It's just my hydrangea that grows more beautiful every day.

isn't it beautiful?
The peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:7


Joel and Marcie Fenske said...

Beautiful picture. Wish you the best on your 'riting!

Beth said...

I absolutely LOVE the picture of the Hydrangea! Can I have a copy to frame? About the cover letter....can't help you with that one. sorry.

cHim-prints said...

Thanks for the kind words... particularly from the photo master!
I just got a new camera (nothing close to yours, Beth) and that was my first shot with it. I think I bought right. Yay!