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Monday, April 17, 2006

Back On The Rails

My mission to get back on track and make April a productive month started first thing this morning. I made, what we Scot's refer to as, a beezer of a cup of coffee.

After consuming said coffee, I fed my fishes with some live blood worms and headed off to work in the sunny but windy climate of springtime Edinburgh.

Work is, as ever, pish, but I don't want to dwell on that. There is too much to do. I've had to prioritise my workload for the remainder of the month so that I can get maximum ticks on my GDR as well as maximum satisfaction. I caught up on some blogs and emails then updated my submission spreadsheet.

I met Gail for lunch in Leith at the Waterline Bar. I had a massive bowl of macaroni and cheese. It was delicious with it's combo of melted cheeses and I was stuffed by the end of it. I knew there and then there would be no dinner for me tonight.

I spent the night researching and working on the e-book for the PSH Free-For-All project. It has to be in by the end of the month and there is a few things I want to try out in it in an experimental way. It will be another freebie like Brick by Brick (last years entry to the same project - see top-left of page) but this is entirely for kids. I caught up on some outstanding work for The Scruffy Dog magazine and did some reading before bed.

Back on the rails again and feeling good!

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Colin 1:02 pm


Way to go, Colin! I've completely lost track of my objectives for now. By the way, every time I scoot over here to see what you're up to, I think, Colin lives in a city with a great castle on the hill! How cool is that! d:)

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