Gosh, I hope I make sense here. I spent all day at the courthouse and I am flat wore out.
Calm down, y’all, it was only jury duty. But you know, listening to lawyers all day is very tiring. They talk, talk, talk, talk, TALK. They can’t just skip all the repetition and get to the point.
But I can, friends. Which is why I’m directing you to my short-and-to-the-point post over at the Muffin: Making the Most of 25 Words.
And I also want to give a shout out to Canva which I used to make the graphics for that post–for free. All sorts of fun things over there, so take a look when you have a minute.
As for me, I’m sticking a fork in it, y’all. I’m done.
Already been there. Already done that. I am unable to make the workshop in Georgia, so I guess I will miss out on your 25-word bio. (Sigh.)
I have jury duty on the 29th of February. I am looking forward to a day of reading. (No knitting, ’cause no knitting needles are allowed,)
Sorry, Sioux–maybe I’ll appear at a conference in your neck of the woods and need a bio? Hey, it could happen. 🙂
Good luck with your jury duty–mine ended today, due to legal issues on the court’s side. It was pretty darn interesting, though, and really great people-watching. 🙂
Did your time in court give you any story ideas? And I’m off to the Muffin. 🙂
Oh, you know it did, Lisa!
Great article! And yes, I have missed out on those opportunities too. Can’t wait to read your bio. See you next month!
Gosh, I feel like I may have oversold this bio…:-) Looking forward to reading yours, Tracey!
Would love to read your bio–maybe after the conference for those of us who can’t make the trip to GA?