So that's my airport story. As for the dancing, that was a far more positive experience. A week long camp with dedicated young girls, and boy, focusing and sweating and striving for perfection. It was quite satisfying as a teacher, to see improvements here and there, over the course of the week. As a dancer, it was quite satisfying to be so sore I could barely move outside of class for the first three days. In addition to the class time, I enjoyed many in depth conversations with the primary teacher/owner of the dance school. Conversations mostly about dance and performances, but with some good girl-talk tossed in for spice. :)
And that brings us to the writing. Mostly this week, there were only writing related activities. Getting the files for my new cover art downloaded and up in varying places, updating my website and FB pages, and the like. There is still more to be done in the online presence and promotion area, as the release date for The Wikomsette skips ever closer. Only 2 weeks and 2 days left!!! I can hardly believe that so soon I will be achieving a lifelong dream of becoming a published author. On top of getting ready for the book release, I've been trying to decide which of my other projects I want to primarily focus on next. After bouncing back and forth between the autobiography, and the supernatural YA, I believe I have settled on the supernatural story. I'm not one of those multitasking authors that can jump back and forth in my works and get anywhere. Time to knuckle down and go at that thing until it's finished!
Thought for the day: It's wonderful to meet new people and make new friends, but there is just something special about those people who knew you back when. They can never be replaced.