My tree is up and decorated to not clash with the scarecrows and turkeys on the piano.
My house is mostly clean--except the bathrooms which I will tackle head-on first thing Wednesday.
My fridge (both in the kitchen and in the garage) is full of good food ready to be prepared.
Dinner is planned, people invited, time set, and the turkey is out to thaw before brining.
The launch party plans are coming along nicely, and the promotional items ordered.
I have officially passed the 50,000 word mark on my National Novel Writing Month project, though I'm still hard at work aiming for the two magic words, the end.
During the month of November, I've had very little sleep, my house has been a wreck (until this week) and I didn't actually go to the grocery store until we had absolutely no food for the kids to eat. But I started a new book, which is now close to finished, I edited my other book and sent it to press. The launch is scheduled, along with some signings, and Thanksgiving, the day of eating, being thankful, and strategy planning, is in one day. Friday? We shop. Heaven help us! And yes, I'll be bringing my notebook to pass the time waiting in line.