Settling In

The seasons are truly changing. Laura Hile is going back to her job as a teacher today. Robin Helm and Gayle Mills have been back for a time. We are finished with Austen in August and gearing up for the Austen Extravaganza at Austenesque Reviews.

Something simple is in order. Click through below to see Frederick’s heart poured out to Anne in a word cloud:

Wordle: The Letter by Jane Austen

Have a lovely Wednesday.

Take care–Susan Kaye

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7 thoughts on “Settling In

  1. Robin Helm

    I do better when I’m in a tight routine. Weirdly enough, I don’t accomplish much when I have too much free time. I deflate like a leaky balloon.

    You can draft off my tailwind. I’m in high gear now. ; )

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  2. Susan Kaye Post author

    I wish I were competitive enough to use it positively. I have gotten some editing done, and have written three blog posts for future use. Oh well, Onward.

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    1. Susan Kaye Post author

      I agree. The lag days between performing and action are killers. Weekends are also killers. And another killer is the off, odd day when for no apparent reason you forget to do a task. I had a couple of those this summer in my reading and they were the hardest missteps to overcome.

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  3. Robin Helm

    It’s certainly true in my case. I go into organizational zen mode. I don’t even know myself how I get everything done. When I think about it, it’s exhausting – so I don’t think about it. I just prioritize and do things in order of importance. I like to make a list and check things off as I do them.

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