September is an exciting month for me and it has nothing to do with my writing.
A. Nothing to do with my writing? My entire life is about writing. I have
7 books coming out this month, a worldwide tour, and a Hallmark movie starring
B. My dadâ€™s getting married. My mother has been gone for almost ten years
and Iâ€™m really excited for Dad to find happiness again.
C. Iâ€™m going to Lake Como, Italy for my cousinâ€™s wedding. Itâ€™ll be
lifestyles of the rich and famousâ€¦and the people they invited to their wedding.
Namely, me and my husband cause weâ€™re family and they had to. Whee!
D. Iâ€™ve taken up yoga again so Iâ€™m turning into a lean, flexible, svelte
Answer: C. Amazingly enough, my life is not completely about writing,
though I do wish I had a Hallmark movie. Wouldnâ€™t that be fun? Especially if I
got to visit the set and hang out with Benedict! My dad is getting remarried,
but the wedding is next month. Iâ€™m very happy for him and his new bride though I
have to admit to feeling a little strange about having a different woman in my
momâ€™s place. I know, I know, sheâ€™s not taking momâ€™s place. And sheâ€™s a great
woman. Itâ€™s justâ€¦I donâ€™t knowâ€¦You may see some new step-mom issues coming out in
my future books. So the answer is C. Iâ€™m going to Italy! I canâ€™t wait. Iâ€™ve
never been but have already downloaded my Italian translator app and figured out
where Iâ€™m getting Euros. Do I need anything else? As for Dâ€¦well, look to the
I am indeed doing a little more yoga. I used to teach yoga, so at one point I
was quite flexible. I also was about 30 pounds lighter and looked pretty good in
my yoga clothes. This is not the case any more. No lean, mean, svelte machine
here. Below are three pictures as I try to get into a pose. Guess which pose it
was. By the way, in case it isnâ€™t clear, Iâ€™m using the English translation names
for these poses, not the (incomprehensible to me) Indian names.
A. Middle aged woman failing to tie herself into a knot pose.
B. Crow falling off her perch and breaking her nose pose.
C. Easy Pigeon pose.
D. Dead pigeon pose.
Answer: C and D. The first two pictures are indeed me trying to get into
the EASY version of pigeon. The third picture is me giving up and collapsing
into a heap when I tried to get OUT of the pose.
Thatâ€™s it for this month. Hopefully there will be pictures of Italy and some
exciting news next month (including a new website!) But in the meantime, you get
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