And if that wasn't true, romance novels wouldn't exist!
My tour stop today is: From the Heart.
My daily contest is here.
Lately, it seems many, many, many people I know have had computer crashes. It's amazing! There's a rash of that happening, and it happened again yesterday so I quickly backed up all my important stuff onto my flash drive.
Then, last night I dreamed we had a fire and I panicked and ran downstairs INTO THE FIRE because I keep my flash drive right next to my laptop and they were both on the dining table. It was awful. Today, I will give some thought as to where to keep the flash drive at night. Maybe in my night stand, so I can grab it easily in case of a fire. LOL... Fire? Grab dog, grab cat, grab DD, grab flash drive. Hubs can grab himself... so to speak.
Fact is, in the past I've lost everything twice in computer crashes. Yes, it's true.... I didn't learn the first time. I also have an email account set up that I email my WIPs to, but I haven't done that in a while.
To add to my author angst, after I received my galleys for "A Change of Heart" yesterday to proof, I realized that I have NOTHING ELSE currently contracted. This is the first time since I got my first contract for "Now That We've Found You" that I haven't had something contracted.
Gah. I have to admit to feeling just a little panicked. Hopefully, I'll hear a positive back from Samhain for "Kitchen Matches". And then I need to get my butt in gear and get something polished and submitted.
New pix of Dakota -- it's so cute... her feathers are just barely starting to come in. You can see them on her tail and a little around her rear end. I looked at old pictures of Bailey at the same age, and she was just barely getting them, too.
Hey... it's the hubs feet! See, he really does exist, LOL...
And Dakota watching my DD make balloon animals. She wanted those balloons in the worst way:
DD was having a blast! She made a pile of them, and then we took them to the library and gave them all away... Here's a sample of her wares:
Today's random quiz:
Your PMS Disaster Level: Medium
You definitely are a bit of a wreck once a month.
But as long as remember to take it easy, your PMS isn't a major crisis.
You've been warned...