Celebrate the Small Things

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I love the idea of focusing on the positive and taking time to think about the good things that have happened, so for this week I’m celebrating:

  1. Finished going through the proofreading edits for my book! Now on to cover design…
  2. Had great conversations and met several new blog friends from my first Insecure Writer’s Support Group post on Wednesday.
  3. Actually got caught up with some of my household chores.
  4. Celebrated National Donut Day today with a Boston Crème donut. Absolutely delicious!

What other celebrations are going on out there?

18 thoughts on “Celebrate the Small Things

    • Thanks! Yes, I’m looking forward to the design. I’d never heard of Donut Day until I read something about it a few days ago and looked it up out of curiosity. I can’t believe it has been around since World War II! All those legitimate excuses for eating donuts missed! Well, I won’t miss them anymore!


  1. Hi Lori, glad to hear you’ve made it through the proofreading! Boston Cream is my all-time favourite donut, although the version I Iike (from Tim Horton’s) is very different than the one found at Krispy Kreme. (My favourite flavour of ice cream is Boston Cream Pie, which I haven’t seen in years.) What’s your fave donut place?


    • My favorite donut place is a nearby bakery called Madeline’s that has the best fresh donuts and pastries ever! I had Ben & Jerry’s Boston Cream Pie flavored ice cream once when we toured the local factory here in Vermont and it was delicious!


  2. Yay! We celebrated national doughnut day too! I mean, how could you not? Granted, we haven’t found any really great doughnut places around here so we had to opt for Krispy Kreme, but hey, it works, right?


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