I think we share a nose too!
We visited my favorite trees.
And, she even managed to get me to play my lyre and guitar for her! Check out my loyal book ends. It was nearly dinnertime, though to be fair, they are usually to be found nearby. :)
She took home the original art I did for the cover of Chicken Soup for Satan and already has it framed and up. Looks great, though I did wonder how she will explain having a picture of a dog looking at a bowl of soup on her wall!
With her lively ways, PJ got on with everyone, and she even managed to get us all silly enough to let her take these photos. :)
Another cool thing that happened this week was that I got to 102 000 words on my current novel, Freya and the Hairy Goddess, and we're over the highest plot peak and on the downhill run to the end of the book. I've had a few extra days off writing this week but will be back into it on Monday.
In more writing news, my busy nieces and their mum finally got around to reading the tween book I wrote for them. It's called "Dog Slobber!" It gets full approval, in fact they loved it, so I will be able to move onto getting that into print soon.
And lastly but not leastly, this week I received my copy of the OBOD's 50th Anniversary Celebration book, The Golden Seed.
It is beautiful and I look forward to reading it and watching the DVD that came with it, but... even more exciting than that, two of my artworks made it into the book! Woo hoo!
I nearly didn't bother to offer them up because the standard of art amongst the OBODies is bloody high, but am very glad I did. I'm super proud to have had my works included!
What a week! Think I might be having a bit of a quiet time next week, but the writing and other creativity will go on of course, if at a bit slower pace.