This past summer was not a productive one for me writing-wise. It culminated with my having surgery a month ago. I thought I could work on several projects while recuperating, but didn't have the energy for it.
I really like the home-school program we purchased for our 6 y.o. daughter. It is A Beka Academy's 1st grade program. Our 6 y.o. watches a teacher and participates with her classroom online and then has lots of workbook pages to complete each day. My daughter is writing in cursive and reading two-vowel words. Quite an accomplishment this young. (Perhaps "normal" for this day and age, but above normal compared to when I was in 1st grade many moons ago!)
In the last few days, I was able to revise a children's nonfiction magazine article that had gotten rejected back in June. My critique group tore it apart and I've incorporated the suggested changes. Today I need to print off the manuscript and bibliography and then label the photographs that go with it.
After I've mailed off that submission, I can get started on revisions for an historic picture book I wrote at the beginning of the year. I have done a lot of research in order to make it historically accurate and plausible.
On the farm-front, harvest has started. We are praying for a better harvest than this year's weather conditions warrant.
Hopefully this period of enforced rest will result not only in a healthy body, but renewed writing projects.
Psalm 34:8 "O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him."