I do love holidays and long weekends home with the family. Coming back, though? It can be rough. Luckily, I’m not in a food coma as, despite all the fabulous food, I don’t actually eat a whole lot on Thanksgiving. However, I am in a bit of a travel coma as I spent yesterday taking care of last-minute laundry and packing before leaving my parents’ and then flying back home. While I didn’t take a super late flight, I did have to drive a good 45 minutes to get back to where I live from the airport, and that’s not including the stop for the week’s grocery shopping since I like to eat lunch and dinner.
It’s hard to believe it’s now December. I’m spending part of tonight decompressing from the holiday fantabulousness by reading a book I’ve been waiting to get my hands on. Once I’m done with that, I’m going to plot out my writing plan for the month. I already know the basics, and it’s a combination of some work for alter alter ego and planning for the next novel which is not a Kelly type of project per se. I’m also going to work in editing on Project Parietal with the hope of having that done by New Year’s, if not Christmas. In short, December’s going to be a busy month for me, so I’m going to take advantage of being lazy when I can 🙂 How was your Thanksgiving if you celebrated?