Projects aplenty. Time? Not so much.

I’m counting my pending projects in my head, and I’m starting to get a little worried.

Project 1 (a.k.a. the most pressing project): Getting the embroidery done for Their Royal Majesties of Atenveldt before the end of the month. I have a lot to do, but I’m bringing it with to work to do some on my lunch break today, so maybe I’ll catch up a bit?

Project 2 (a.k.a. my latest obsession): Book 3. On chapter 5 now, soon chapter 6, when I had spent months stuck partway through chapter 2. So progress is being made, but it’s still a slow process with the other things going on.

Project 3 (a.k.a. work beckons): Updating and organizing a new laser binder for work, in which I have to make several calls and/or emails in order to figure out which things apply to our office.

Project 4 (a.k.a. they’re really in no particular order): Pending contract on Book 2. Should be coming this week, according to the Editor in Chief. Then, of course, come the edits, and the whole process starts again.

Project 5 (a.k.a. Project Collaboration): The collaborative writing I’m doing with another Askew author, Angelique Jordonna. I’m writing chapter 9 currently, then I hand it back over for her to write chapter 10, then she sends it back and so forth. We’re hoping to finish by the end of the month, but I don’t know….

Project 6 (a.k.a. my own personal made-for-me embroidery project): Yeah, I’d like to get it done by the end of the month, or even before Estrella, but with the royal embroidery still to do that’s not going to happen. 🙁

Project 7 (a.k.a. should probably be Project 2 at this point): Prepping for the beginning embroidery classes I’m teaching at Estrella. I have to print a series of line drawings that people can trace onto stabilizer to embroider on and write up a syllabus/handout to give to the people who show up. I have all the supplies I need, but I have to do the actual prep work now.

Oh yeah, speaking of work….I have to go to that thing today. Again. And tomorrow, and the next day.

Here’s hoping that all the current projects are either done or making progress by, say, the end of March?

Fingers crossed.