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MEDDYPEDDY
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Editing week...

Monday, January 28, 2013

Tomorrow I am supposed to have everything ready for editing the business edition, goes to print friday.... and I have not... it could have been worse, I do think I have most of it together "just" need to write the article I dread the most, 7000 letters in a portrait...I always love doing the interview but writing it always gets so flat and dull....

Today the temperature is on the + side of zero - a lot of snow fell yesterday but is melting away fast now, it will be wet and muddy and rubberboots needed today... it would be great if all of it disappeared but I think I need to shovel because it will get colder and if there is snow left on my drive then... very icy and slippery.

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  • JOYINKY
    Is it possible that being your own worse critic is what keeps you sharp?? The artists in my life are seldom satisfied with their own work. Perfectionism seems the goal, must be exausting! But they continue to create, none the less. Have a great week!
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  • KASEYCOFF
    I hear you about clearing the driveway, Meddy - I learned the hard way, years ago, that it's best attended early rather than late. *sigh*

    I have no perspective on my own writing - "This is the most brilliant thing I've ever done!" gets the most tepid of receptions, whilst "This is terrible, but I have to submit this to make the deadline" garners compliments.

    I need a Learn To Write class that teaches objectivity when revising one's own work. Mmm, better yet: I need to PASS such a class, lol...

    Love your "I'm working" profile pic, Meddy - it's wonderful!
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