Day 75: Monday, Part 2

So much for thinking this would be a slow week for me but it made the day fly by which was nice. We found a restaurant for our Christmas visit with my stepson and stepdaughter and their families on Friday night. It’s a little hole in the wall Tex-Mex restaurant that has such a wonderful variety of entrees. It’s family owned and they were so excited to have a reservation for 8 people that they are apparently going to do some special things for us. They do a good lunch and early dinner business but since it’s not in the absolute best neighborhood (it’s down the street from where I work) there probably aren’t a lot of diners when it gets later. We’ve been looking for a new Tex-Mex restaurant since our favorite 1 closed across the street from where I work. Rick likes to take me out for a quick lunch and this will be perfect. I told him he’d better prepare them for the fact that it is a hole in the wall but he said to let them be surprised. Another great thing about this is rather than spending Thursday and Friday cleaning and cooking for them, I can write both days! That is just awesome! I really want to get stuff organized and start writing seriously. I’ll have 7 days in a row off work then 2 days back at work then 4 more days off. That’s more time than I’ve been off over such a short period of time than I’ve had in years…except when I was recovering from my shoulder replacement last year for 2 weeks. This time I won’t be drugged and in horrible pain with my arm in a sling and strapped to my body. As much fun as that was, I’m looking forward to this a whole lot more! I will be a writer all day, every day. I’ll let you know it all unfolds. Now I’m inspired and have time to make use of that inspiration. Perfect timing…it’s wonderful when that happens.

About Donna Heilman

I am a writer that lives in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex with my husband, 3 dogs, and 6 cats. I am currently working on my novel, Rapture, as well as writing poetry and some short non-fiction. I am honestly writing this blog to feel more connected with other creative people.
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