Time to Sign Off Now

27 Feb

Time to sign off now.

I had a fulfilling afternoon writing my novel, posting on my blog and reading other writers’ works.

It’s time to prepare dinner, get the dishes done and get ready for my day job tomorrow–you know, the one that pays the bills and feeds our stomachs.

Regardless of what’s going on in my life, reading and writing are the two joys I can take with me wherever I go.

Thanks for sharing your posts. 

Credit: squidoo.com

 It’s dessert for my mind–and my mischievous muse .



2 Responses to “Time to Sign Off Now”

  1. fivereflections February 27, 2012 at 2:23 am #

    i’m so familiar with the day job! enjoy your week and remember Leap Year!

    • Jamie June 7, 2012 at 5:31 am #

      I will follow you the next time I visit twtteir if I don’t forget. That seems to be the best idea I will follow you if you will follow me. We tent to learn quite a bit on twtteir. Thanks for this good information.

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