Here I am again, about to get back to work on The Rancher's Return. I read a quote somewhere - and didn't get who said it - but the quote was something like "Work gets done when your fear of not doing it exceeds your fear of sucking at it." I feel like that sometimes, especially when working on revisions. I'm always afraid I'm not going to do them right.
This weekend was busy for me - I volunteer for Legacy Boxer Rescue. On Saturday, I went to one of our Approved Adopters and met a foster mama there with her puppy. And my adopter is giving little Blizzard her forever home! (Blizzard's name will probably change!)
My second visit on Saturday was a Home Visit to qualify or disqualify someone who wants to adopt a Boxer from Legacy. Since the people didn't have a dog, another foster home met me there with their foster dog, Monroe.
Monroe is an older gentleman, and what a love bug. The young couple we visited loved him.
And then after the last home visit, I came home and Lonnie and I went to both Home Depot and Lowe's to look at fixtures for our shower. And then I got groceries. We planned to swim but a sudden rainstorm came up and nixed that idea.
Sunday, I met my fellow rescuer Denice at 9am to do a Home Visit. We brought a lovely dog named Dolce with us and the young family LOVED her too. (Fingers crossed)
And the last Home Visit of the day was for someone who wants to be a volunteer with Legacy. We met him and his fiancee and their three dogs.
Whew. Then I did laundry and collapsed. We had more rain.
This morning the shower reno has started. I am back to work. The weekend went buy in a flash.