Friday, July 3, 2009

Wow - June was Busy!

Wow - I got a lot done in June! Think you missed anything? Then read through this post and follow the links to what you missed!

Remember, for my Top Commentators contest all that matters is the MONTH you left the comment in, not what month the post was written! So if you have some back reading to do - then earn some extra entries!

So what did happen this month? For one, I did my first ever author interview with Lisa Shearin! I just want to say thanks again to Lisa for agreeing to do the interview and for being so wonderful to work with :)

Now for the normal stuff (or as normal as it gets with me) :)

Personal Stuff:

My Writings:
Summer Time Fun (informal writing)

Book Reviews:

TV Post:

What's in the works for this month? Well nothing as exciting as my author interview...although I'd love to do another one at some point. Life is just to busy for me right now to do the work of finding one who will let me interview them!

We're still apartment hunting, but very little got done on that this week because there was just too much else going on. We spent about two hours today filling out MORE paperwork for the disability application. They sent both Mo and I these packets of questions about every little detail in my life and how my disability affects that. *rolls eyes* My hand was so cramped by the time we were done! It was kinda stressful too. Ended up with an asthma attack this afternoon. Probably because of the stress. But hey, hopefully it's worth it!

Fun stuff, I do have some pieces that I'm writing that hopefull at I'll find enough time to polish up enough to put up on the blog! At least one of them this month would be good right?


5 comments:

TiLT said...

Ok - that's ALOT!
I love that the end of the 1st list has "my wall was peeing" cracks me up everytime :P

BeadedTail said...

June sure was busy! I hope everything goes through quickly with your disability application.

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

You're always so busy and productive!
Good luck on the disability app :)

Splendid Little Stars said...

Man, you accomplish an amazing amount of stuff! The author interview was so great--quite a coup.
Good luck with all the paperwork. My husband is just starting this process for his brother, and I can see by your experience that this will be a long haul. (Perhaps there is an extra bonus for disability of the hands due to filling out too much paperwork.)

uniquecommodities said...

Wow! all of that with illness and all! you go girl!