Sunday Week in Review #1

My Goddess, what a week! This week has stretched me to my perceptual limits. No this post is not about drugs. The breadth of my interests have always confused me. I am unsure whether I have an attention deficit or I have renaissance-paced interests in a digitally-paced world.

Last weekend was a TWB blogging work weekend that I helped coordinate. Perhaps it is needless to say, but I didn’t get much work done. But it was a great gathering. I have to decide how much time I can to this group, this year. It is a difficult decision because it will be less time. I have already decided that we will only have quarterly, at most, social gatherings.

Monday I had lunch with the Network of Extraordinary Women group, coordinated by the women of Boom Goddess Radio to hear Emily Eldredge speak about her leader healer program at a women’s networking luncheon at Vivace Restaurant here in Tucson.

Tuesday I was supposed to meet with Tuesdays Together group to do vision board planning, but I couldn’t make it.

Wednesday I went to my coworking sub-group of Tucson Women Bloggers but was the only person to show up. Did get some stuff done.

Thursday I collapsed in despair for a while as I did not meet a deadline, of which I was unaware, for a project for the startup in which my husband is a owner.

Friday I planned and posted TWB for February.

And caught up with an old rabble-rousing, essentially nomadic friend who was in the area to promote her book, But What Can I Do?

Author Xan Joi and her truck.

Friday evening the Hubster opted out and Xan and I went to the Tucson Clay Co-op’s opening of Our Lady of the Shards exhibit by Lauren Raine.

Finally on Saturday afternoon the Hubster and I drove out to a friend’s property in Avra Valley for a rocket shoot and to see an old friend who is ill.

All in all it was a busy and productive week, but not a productive week as far as writing was concerned.