Saturday morning in Auckland, New Zealand - and it's the time when I have the time to sit down and do some of my own writing.
It's a rather grey and blustery day out there. I've fed the birds, fed the cats, moved Little Boy (pictured) off the work desk, poured a cup of coffee, made a piece of toast - now time to enjoy some writing.
It's busy during the week. I hold a National Coordinator role with Auckland-based Breast Cancer Support (BCS) and we're setting up a new support group in Christchurch this coming Tuesday. I'm heading down with our Chair Caroline and we'll also be visiting our group in Balclutha (where's that, I hear you ask? Here's a link to a map).
And I'm looking forward to my Journal and Life Writing Workshop on Saturday 16 April here at Whangaparaoa Library. We're going to have a fun day, talking about how to get into keeping a journal, and how those entries can build up into foundations for writing about your life. If you'd like to come, please register soon as places are filling up and I wouldn't want you to miss out.
So happy Saturday everyone. What have you got planned for the day? Fit some writing in, even if it's only a few minutes ...
And if you're on facebook, click on the button below to see me playing the drums at the Hibiscus Coast Country Music Club ... it's a bit of a laugh!