Now would seem like the perfect time to get some writing and editing done. There's nowhere to go. No sports on TV - unless you enjoy curling. Hell, here it's even been pouring rain so outside activities are suspended. I should be here with my butt in the chair, working away.
But no. My stupid brain is so caught up in this carnival of crazy that I can't seem to make myself focus on the things I need to do.
For example: Last night, at about 2:15am, a lightning crack woke me up out of a sound sleep. After I got up and did my stuff and the cat's stuff, I couldn't get back to sleep because my brain switched over to 'what if we lose power? I have a month's worth of meat in the freezer. :panicpanicpanic:' So it's little wonder I can't shift into work mode during the day.
To that end, I'm glad I didn't set a date for release yet. I'd have to delay it. I can't promise anything right now. I thought I was scatterbrained before. This makes the old me seem like a stable person. Blerg.
On the upside, I had an interesting thing happen yesterday. A wildlife photographer I follow on FB had set up a Pinterest page and was asking for help, so I commented. And then someone commented on my comment. And then she liked my FB Page. And then she bought four of my books. Wow. I guess you never know where sales will come from, eh?
So, where's your head at these days? Caught up in the crazy? Keeping calm and carrying on?