School is over with, and I couldn’t be more excited. The plan now? WRITE! I figured I should ease myself back in with short stories and take it from there. I have quite a few ideas for a collection of shorts about romance gone awry. One story is done and a few others others have just been sitting on the back burner of my brain.
After the wedding, I plan to throw myself back into the book Tim and I have been working on for way too long. It needs to be done. He and I are pretty close…I’d say we’re three-quarters through this draft. And this is THE draft–no more major overhauls. Now all we need is the perfect, attention-grabbing query letter that will not only leave its reader spellbound but frantic to pay us lots of money for our novel. [If you know where we could find such a letter, please contact me and/or send it out on my behalf.]
In other news, with the wedding looming ever closer, I have become obsessed in my pursuit of pore supremacy. I currently use the following:
- Pore-minimizing cleanser [mornings]
- Blackhead-minimizing cleanser [night]
- Exfoliant [monday and fridays]
- Biore nose and face strips [wednesdays]
- Eye puffiness takeaway-er [night]
- Toner [morning]
- Pore Perfect day cream [morning]
- Mattifying moisturizer [morning]
- Pore-minimizing night cream [night]
- Prescribed acne medicine [night]
I’m not sure, but I believe this may officially cross the line of too much skin care. After using these products, my pores had better be so minimized that they are virtually non-existent. Major expeditions will need to be launched to explore my face for pores. If these products cannot make that dream a reality then it’s simply not possible to do, and I will be forced to resign my skin care attempts to live the remainder of my days in a state of pore mediocrity. I wouldn’t wish that on anyone.
Except Paris Hilton.