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Make-it Monday - Update



Today turned out different than I hoped. Normally, I would have been at work, but the tornado reeked havoc across the city and anyone who could was instructed to work from home. I also had an appointment regarding an old loan that didn't go the way I had hoped. Looks like my credit rating has gone down since July and my next step is to figure out if it's on the mend or if there's something I'm not aware of as it takes a bit of time for the things to be rectified. I have faith it will be okay soon, one way or another. My mortgage is up for renewal this year, so I'll be able to have some negotiation room there. At least, that's what I was told.

I am fortunate to live in an area that wasn't affected by the tornado. I didn't even lose power!

I got some editing done this weekend. There are six chapters left to go through before I send The Page & The Magician back out. I'm not sure I was truly ready to finish it before now. I feel like my writing has improved much from taking Scriptwriting.

Also this weekend, I won my first award at B-Movie Club. It was for the one-eyed puppets in Rock n Roll Nightmare.



It's back to work tomorrow, so I best be off. Autocorrect almost had me write something very naughty there. I'll leave you with that.

R~

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