Celebrate the Small Things!

Celebrate the Small Things is a weekly celebration created by VikLit and now hosted by Lexa Cain to celebrate the happenings of the week, however small or large. You can learn all about it and sign up for it here. CelebrateSmallThings_Badge

My internet connection was giving me problems this morning, but it seems to be working now. This week has been pretty quiet, which is a good thing. My celebrations:

  1. I sold a half-dozen books at the Milton Artists’ Guild’s Holiday Art Show and Sale last Saturday!
  2. Got more winterizing work done on my house.
  3. Made some editing progress.
  4. Looking forward to participating in another craft show this weekend!

What other celebrations are going on out there?





© Lori L. MacLaughlin and Writing, Reading, and the Pursuit of Dreams, 2015. All rights reserved.

26 thoughts on “Celebrate the Small Things!

  1. I just love reading your posts every week. You’re the only one I know who’s working hard and actually seeing some results. The sales may be in drips and drabs, but it all adds up in the end (which is better than some of us are doing). Keep it up!! 🙂

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  2. A craft show sounds fun, and congratulations on your sales! That’s always a good bonus to any week.

    Celebrations…. Hmmm… well, Kyoto is gearing up for Maple Leaves Season, which means the tourists are in full force, everything in sweet potato-flavored, and I’m cleaning my camera lenses, haha.

    There is a cool light show exhibit going on at Nijo Castle in the downtown area that I may try to attend this weekend if it stops raining (not likely). If not, I’ll go and visit sometime next week. 🙂

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