Writing Wednesday

Today was the resched­uled date for Katie’s writ­ing group, so off we went to one of our favorite book­stores, Charis.

Unfortunately—due to the resched­ul­ing, I think—Katie was the only “mem­ber” who showed up. The group is just for high school “wom­yn,” and the only oth­er per­son to attend was the facil­i­ta­tor. As it turns out, oth­er peo­ple (not high school­ers) wan­dered in and out through­out the sched­uled time. I think the girl got a lot of atten­tion, which isn’t a bad thing at all. She missed see­ing her sis­ter writ­ers, though.

I hung out in the front of the store, stitch­ing. I was insane­ly ear­ly for a Stitch ‘n Bitch ses­sion sched­uled there for 7, but I got a good two hours of time in on the Fairy Tale Sam­pler, along with some good conversation.

The offi­cial SnB was the first they’ve host­ed. I was a lit­tle uncer­tain about going, as the focus was clear­ly on knit­ting. I need­n’t have wor­ried, as peo­ple were doing a vari­ety of needlework.

Katie wrapped up the lit­tle test piece she was knit­ting, but she ran out of yarn. She picked out her next piece, though, which will require a trip to Nease’s Needle­work. Oh no! The horrors! ;-)

We got to edu­cate at least four dif­fer­ent peo­ple about home­school­ing, too, which was a bonus. Meet­ing Katie is the best answer there is to the “S ques­tion,” as she’s clear­ly not lack­ing in social skills. We def­i­nite­ly left peo­ple with good impressions.

I think I’ll go to their next adult wom­en’s writer’s group, as well. It’s been so long since I’ve writ­ten any­thing but non-fic­tion that I feel a bit odd, but Katie is a good influence.

Cyn is Katie's mom, Esther's Mémé, and a Support Engineer. She lives in the Atlanta area with her life partner, Rick, and their critters. She knits, does counted-thread needlework, reads, makes music, plays TTRPGs, and spends too much time online.
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