My usual juggling act, only this time with deadlines thrown in.
I've been working on editorial revisions for THE WEREDOG WHISPERER this month for my publisher, World Weaver Press. I'm about 88% of the way: deadline the end of June.
I'm also launching my first Aquatic Fitness Workshop for the Montgomery YMCA, "That's Entertainment," this weekend. This particular workshop is about applying musical theater techniques to water fitness classes. The photo above is from one of my theme classes where we workout to the theme music from Jaws and Indiana Jones.
I also run an online store on eBay: Bama Sue's Online Zoo. (As if I didn't have enough on my plate already.) I got turned on to antique Steiff stuffed animals back in February through a rather serendipitous happening (which would be an entire blog in itself) and I have gone crazy for Steiff. I tell myself that my current obsession is necessary to the running of my store, after all, I also sell Steiff, but that's just me rationalizing my mania.
And then there are the local fitness classes I teach. I'm currently teaching a Tabata workout in the pool, plus Aqua Zumba. And I also teach Zumba and Zumba Toning, so all the new choreography I learn or develop every week keeps me pretty busy.
We finally replaced the liner in our pool and now our old arthritic dog, Moxie, can swim everyday. She likes us to throw her tennis ball into the water so that she can swim out and retrieve it.
And that's what's been going on here in Susanland and why I have no social life outside of my classes. There just literally isn't enough time in the day. But hey, on the plus side, I'm never, ever bored.