No it isn't Friday!! Okay, some of you are wondering if I've fell off my rocker but I haven't. I'm just relishing the thought of my parents and a few friends cracking up as they read the first couple lines. A few times in the past month I've missed Tuesday. Yes, a day of the week is skipped over like the third chorus of a song.
Sometimes I post later in the week, call it "T.O.P.'s Tuesday" and believe it's Tuesday only to realize it's Wednesday. BUT since the blog is already posted, I let it ride. A couple times I posted a T.O.P.'s Tuesday on Wednesday, with an apology because it was late, but at least it was posted.
An ongoing joke that creates rolling laughter at the kitchen table is the statement, "I'm waiting for you to post T.O.P.'s Tuesday on Friday." and they just laugh. I think the hysteria is because they are half expecting me to do it on accident and the other half, because with my current schedule, they are just counting down the days until I miss the boat completely. Don't think ill of my family and friends, we enjoy a good laugh and my repeated 'missing of Tuesday" has become something to bring much joy.
T.O.P.'s Tuesday was birthed last summer as a weekly check-in for upcoming book news. Recently I've used it to share upcoming book signings, speaking engagements, and television and radio appearances. My hope is to have more television and radio appearances in the future. I'm working on a "Share Where's Heidi? and hope ~ LIVE"
I have a few book ideas running through my head, with two of them in outline form and another transitioning from idea to document. I love meeting people at book signings and sharing a hope, inspiration, and encouragement with others.
The school year winds down in a couple weeks and my full time author, speaker, and writer hats return. We have a couple family escapes planned, Mags is auditioning for the local theater, and our nephew gets married in September. Summer is going to be relaxing yet fun. Busy yet relaxing. A vicious circle of living life to the fullest and enjoying every moment with the those I love the most.
What do you treat like a third chorus of a song? Will you share?
Lisa M Buske
P.O. Box 323