Saturday, October 6, 2007

Sunday Bulletin Board



What's gnu with you?

10 comments:

Nancy P said...

I had a great time at the book festival, and now it's back to work for me.

Happy Sunday to you!

Beth said...

Welcome back, Nancy! Looking forward to hearing about it when you emerge. Good luck putting words on paper today!!

Maria Lima said...

Happy Sunday to all. I'm working, but sadly, not on my book, but for my day job.

I'm in San Francisco for a client's trade show (we help them out at their booth with Web site questions and such).

I'd love to say that the city is fabulous (which I'm sure it is), but I've mostly just seen my hotel room and the trade show floor.

Ah well.

Welcome back, Nancy!

Conda said...

Great you had a fun trip. It's back to work for me, too. I edit two magazines, and my last four articles are on deadline. Because of computer snafus (technology is great when it works, when it doesn't...) that deadline is tomorrow morning! For all four!

Work day!

Kimberly Frost said...

Hi everyone,

Welcome back, Nancy.

It seems likes everyone's working very hard these days. Good for us! I'm just coming up for air for a few minutes between chapter revisions. I have had such a battle today trying to stamp out passive voice. Honestly, I'm exhausted.

Wishing you well! :)

Family Man said...

Hi Nancy.

Glad you had a good time in Wichita. Geeze it seems like everybody is working today. SLACK. :)

katiebird said...

Hi Nancy, Beth, Maria lima, Conda, Kimberly & FamilyMan.

This has been a day of rest for me. I hope you can all find some time to do that too. It's a treat.

Nancy P said...

Hi, you hard workers, hard slackers, and hard resters. Sorry I can't leave more words here, but I have to use up my supply on that other thing I'm doing.

See you tomorrow?

FARfetched said...

Guess I'll see you tomorrow, Nancy… sorry I missed you. Hope you get lots of writing done.

News? I saw my first iPhone "in the wild" today. It belongs to my niece, who was kind enough to let me play with it. I reciprocated by pulling up archive.org's movie library for her, and she bookmarked it. That could well push her mom (Mrs. Fetched's eldest sister) over the edge. LOL [I'm soooo evil]

Conda, my last week was like your tomorrow. I can relate.

Back to writing a little…

Nancy P said...

Hi, far. I'm glad you're writing. Hope it's going well.