Wednesday, June 27, 2012

A Baby Turtle

This is what it feels like to edit my latest novel.



How's your week going?

20 comments:

  1. ROFL!!!! Just having come off of revisions/edits...I know how this turtle feels! LOL! Thanks for posting. I needed a good laugh!

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    1. After seeing this, I'm almost ready to go buy a turtle. He can live on my desk. :)

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  2. Ok, this had me cracking up!! I can totally relate! See the only thing missing is the hubs and kiddo in the background wondering when dinner is going to be ready and why there are no clean socks. :D

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    1. Yes! That's so true. My three-year-old says, "Come on, Mama" over and over again because he wants me to do anything but work on my computer. :)

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    1. :) He is cute. My son would love that little turtle.

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  4. Ha, ha! I love it, and I feel that way often. :)

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    1. Me too! Somehow that little turtle is inspiring me to keep going. Maybe it's just the editing exhaustion setting in!

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  5. Too funny! It's amazing he doesn't starve to death!

    Oh - just sent more edits your way! Another raspberry to nibble. LOL.

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    1. "Another raspberry to nibble" - I love it! That's the perfect way to look at it.

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  6. Watching that was therapeutic. If a baby turtle can be so patient, why can't I?

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    1. My new mantra should be, "It's only a raspberry!" :)

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  7. After taking a much needed play day, I'll be able to tackle my raspberry

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  8. This is hilarious! Little guy inspires me, too.

    I've been out of cyberworld for a while...your new picture/blog header is gorgeous! Love it!

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    1. Thanks! We should do lunch again soon.

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  9. This was too funny. I caught myself licking my lips...

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  10. I hear you, Julie! That's how I feel about rewriting my first draft. Little by little by little. Slow and steady...

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  11. LOL! I'm right there with you, Julie!!

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