How to fill a day

May 3, 2010

Happy May

As I write the weather on Mayne Island is cloudy, chilly, sunny, warm. It’s a day full of activity. My life echoes nature. I have made even more progress on my work in progress. It is demanding more and more of my time. That coupled with my on island and off island activity means that this week will be action packed.

What off island activities? you ask.

Well, thank you for giving me this opportunity to elaborate.

I will be doing a reading.

I’m a member of the Victoria Writers Society. They publish the Island Writer. I’m delighted to share with you that one of my pieces has been chosen for the summer edition. So on Wednesday, May 5th at 7pm in the Norway House Hall (1110 Hillside Avenue) in Victoria, British Columbia I will be reading my short story — TAKE NOTE.

Please wish me luck. And if you can come please do.

Having written all of that, I hope you won’t be surprised if you don’t hear from me very much this week.

Leanne

Visit me:  www.oknitting.com

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4 Responses to “How to fill a day”


  1. That is wonderful! Good luck and have fun!


  2. Thank you for dropping by and for your kind words.

  3. holessence Says:

    Tomorrow is your reading — TAKE NOTE. Break a leg!

    Laurie Buchanan
    http://holessence.wordpress.com/


  4. Thank you Laurie for your good wishes. Its comforting to note that I won’t be alone up there. There will be two minutes of me and then one by one my fellow writers (of the Victoria Writers Society) will grace the stage. I can’t wait…

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