And update for November 2020

Flower by the river

Halloween is over. It’s time to get the Christmas lights up and prepare for Thanksgiving.

In England, we’re still in Lockdown 2.0 so there are limits on what Jack and I can do this month. Luckily, we’re allowed to go back to one of his baby classes so we have that to look forward to each week. Plus, it’s good for him to keep seeing other kids, I think.

Mister Pick and I have already started getting ready for Christmas because, like many people this month, we figure why not celebrate early and enjoy the season after the crazy year we’ve had?

I can’t go to any Keeping in Touch days at work and I haven’t ventured to even walk around the mostly-closed mall. I’ve just been taking walks with the family and keeping our heads above water. At least this lockdown was something we could prepare for and knew what to expect.

I’m still trying to keep up with NaNoWriMo 2020 but today I discovered I lost a chapter from yesterday. It’s not great literature, but it did make me feel like I’ll never get anything accomplished. It’s tough to steal moments to write, so it’s that much tougher than it would be if I wasn’t mummying 24/7.

It’s also tough to keep up the bullet journal but I did at least start a November spread today (even though I’m a couple weeks late).

I’ve considered starting a blog just devoted to writing with tips and activities, prompts and writer interviews but, again, I don’t know when I’ll have the time to get that together. I at least got bookblogarama active again after being on hiatus for a long time.

And with that said, I’ll close this update because block editor in WordPress has just deleted text from this entry. (I’m doing well with technology today!) It isn’t a riveting post but I hope everyone is keeping well and getting their writing done.

Happy November!

About Suzanne Schultz Pick

Married to Steve. Mother of Jack. Librarian IT Assistant. Writer, teacher, blogger, technological princess.
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