Goals. We all have them. When I created my family's Christmas newsletter, I asked my family what their 2016 goals were. My husband wanted to take up wood carving. His father was quite the talented carver. My oldest daughter wished to learn how to tap dance! I'm happy to report that she has already participated in two classes. Her little sister takes them too. The boy wanted to play baseball. With his heart defects, we are just now getting use to our son playing rigorous sports. The season doesn't start until the summer, but we talked about spring training. For the time being, he and the older girl start archery lessons next month. It's a sport the husband and I took up years ago and just getting back into it. I have the sore arms to prove it. Little One's goal was to be a Minecraft Youtuber. Since her mom won't let her video herself while playing Minecraft, that goal will have to wait.
Me? To find an agent for my Carrick manuscript and finish the WW2 YA I started late last year. I try my very best to write every "business" day aka when the kids or the husband aren't home. Some days are great, the words flow, and I end up with 1000 words. I struggle and stumble on other days and I'm happy with 200 words. Two hundred words are better than none!