When One Door Closes

Do you know how many times we hear the message - when one door closes, another one opens?

At the time, it’s hard for the person living that life to appreciate these words, but how true they are. Today is my first day off from work and I have a ton of things planned before my day classes start in two weeks. At that point, I will technically be a full-time college student. Yeah!!! I think. Another example of one door closing and another one opening…

Until then, I have more things to do than I have time to do them. The first being to paint my house. I bet you thought I was going to say write, huh. Well, that was my first plan of attach for these two weeks of freedom. But since we don’t have enough going on in our lives, my DH and I decided to list our house in this wacky real-estate market in order to try to move closer to his work and my school. Crazy huh?

Anyway, while I’m working my arm muscles with that paint brush, think up some questions about websites. I have an article coming out in the Georgia Romance Writer’s on-line magazine, The Galley, in March on whether or not you need a website as an unpublished writer. It should be fun and I have a few blog posts planned to emphasize some points I’m trying to make in the article.

Have a great Monday!!!

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