Happy Labor Day

Or as we say in Canada, Labour Day. 😉 

I waved my youngest kiddos off on their adventure of a lifetime trip to Australia last Friday, which means…

airport

hubby and I have the whole house to ourselves for awhile.  😆

I’m seeing a lot of Kraft Dinner in our future, as I dig into finishing my next two books. They’ve been a tad neglected the last couple of weeks with all the preparation flurry!

If I don’t get lots written now, I’ll have no one to blame but myself. Scary thought!

Your Turn: What are your plans for the day? Is it even a holiday for you?!

P.S.

Tuesday, I’ll be on the Craftie Ladies Blog sharing more house stories–no icky creatures in these ones. Hope you’ll stop by and say hi!

M,W & Th Marjii Laine is featuring me on her blog, a review Monday, an interview Weds, and a devotion Thurs

Friday I’m doing an interview and giveaway on Everyone’s Story (starts Friday night)

P.S.S.

Fatal Inheritance may still be in retail stores for a few more days this week. If you spot it, please consider rescuing it from annihilation!! Would fit nicely into a Christmas stocking, don’t you think? 😉

5 Comments

  • Wow, Australia!!!! That’s one long journey. Are you an anxious mama?

    Today is the last day of summer for me. Back to school tomorrow. My library is upside down because it was renovated and painted over the summer so my first month of school will be spent restoring order and unpacking books. Kind of a fun prospect. So today, I’m taking it easy. A little bit of gardening, some cookie making and cupboard organizing. Woohoo!

    • Cookie making, yum! No, I’m not an anxious mama. Very grateful for internet though. I heard from the kids this morning. Sounds like they’re having a great time. They “had” kangaroo steak for dinner “tonight”. It’s weird to think that it’s already almost Tuesday there. 🙂

  • Australia? Wow!

    Enjoy your empty house…

    I’m heading out to work in an hour…yuk. Hubby will have the grill started when I come home at four.

    Happy Labour Day, Sandra!

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