So I brought my granddaughter home from school yesterday and we got out a box of fall decorations to put out. But first we had to go over her words that she’s supposed to be learning. The first thing she said was she did them with her mom and dad the night before. I laughed. “Right, but you’re going to do them at school, with Mommy and Daddy, and with Grandmom every day until you learn the words. And when you learn the words, you can have a book and then we work on the next set of words.” Lol She is so funny. Plus, she was telling me just how she would work on the fall decorations everyday when we get home from school, but on the weekend she wouldn’t be here, but on Monday, we’d keep working on it. She’s great. /we have so much fun doing it. And then she constantly moves things around again. Which she loves doing and I get a kick out of.
The temperature dropped some because of a storm which was great. But it’s still in the 90s every day. I did so much weeding in the morning and had to do other chores that I only got 1,000 done on Roxie’s story, yesterday but then I got the edits for Wolf Takes the Lead again. I think the next time I see it back, it will be for final proofing, so it’s nearly done! I just have 6 days to work on it. Puts me behind on Roxie’s word count again. *sigh*
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Well, I made it to the halfway point on the book, yay!!! AND I’ve been able to get a lot of weeding done since it’s getting a little cooler in the mornings.
Okay, so I’m off to work on the yard and get my word count done and pick up my granddaughter. We’re going to put up fall decorations (even if it’s still in the 90s and doesn’t feel like fall is coming anytime soon), and we’re going to work on her reading words so that she can begin her next group of words. She gets a rainbow strip for each group she learns. Since I couldn’t get her to learn to read with me, hopefully we can do the sight words and learn that way. I’ve done that before too, but she just wasn’t interested. Maybe getting rainbow ribbons on her name at school will work!
I created the gown and background with MidJourney, the elf’s face and hair from Daz3D, and her hands were from another character from Daz3D. But her face, though I love it it, was so noisy with artifacts, I really had to work on it to make it smoother. I had to redo her eyes also by painting over them. But I thought she turned out pretty.
It’s turned cooler in the mornings, yay! I’m so thrilled. You don’t know how nice that is. So tomorrow I plan to get out and really work on the yard in the morning because the days are still heating way up.
I’m off to work on the book too! Nearly to the halfway point!
Still working on edits on both Wolff sisters’ books. Hope to get at least Kayla’s done this weekend so I can turn it in on Monday and get back to Roxie’s story. This is the Saint Bernard they have in their story, an avalanche rescue dog. I created it for International Dog Day for yesterday. A day late on the blog. lol