Regency To Do List and Winners of Lady Dearing’s Masquerade audiobook

It’s Thursday. I’m going to be taking my oldest on one last college visit tomorrow and I’m casting about for something to post tomorrow, but my mind is shot.

Here’s a snap of my To Do List for the week. Note how many items are still not crossed off. And they include gems like “Fill out CSS Profile”. For the lucky ones who don’t know, the CSS Profile is a detailed financial aid profile required by some colleges (including my oldest daughter’s #1 school) which makes the FAFSA look like child’s play. I’m half-expecting a line item asking which extra organs we’re willing to sell online in order to afford tuition.

So I’ll take a quick break to fantasize about what I’d put on a Regency To Do List.

Gerard_Lady_Reading“Read a horrid novel”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

tatting“Learn to tat”

There’s a nice article on tatting at the Jane Austen Centre website.

 

 

 

“Ride around the beautiful grounds of my country home”

ladylade

Well, that was fun while it lasted. Now I need to go back to financial aid paperwork.

Are any onerous tasks plaguing you this week? What’s on your fantasy Regency To Do List?

And before I go, let me announce the winners of the Lady Dearing’s Masquerade audiobook giveaway.

Rochelle Klieger, Jemma, Victoria Seaman, Louisa Cornell and Jo’s Daughter

I’ll email you the download codes, along with directions. Happy listening!

Elena
www.elenagreene.com

About Elena Greene

Elena Greene grew up reading her mother’s Georgette Heyer novels, but it wasn’t until she went on an international assignment to the United Kingdom that she was inspired to start writing her own. Her first Regency romance was published in 2000 and was followed by five more Regencies and a novella. Her books have won the Desert Rose Golden Quill and Colorado Romance Writers' Award of Excellence. Her Super Regency, LADY DEARING’S MASQUERADE, won RT Book Club’s award for Best Regency Romance of 2005. Elena lives in upstate New York with her stroke survivor husband and two daughters.
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6 Responses to Regency To Do List and Winners of Lady Dearing’s Masquerade audiobook

  1. HJ says:

    Those forms are like IQ tests for the parents! If you can’t fill them in, then no way can your darling be good enough for college…

    • Elena Greene says:

      I normally think of myself as reasonably intelligent, but I have so much trouble filling out forms! My problem is over-thinking what they mean by each box. Luckily I have a good accountant who helps.

  2. Woot! Thanks so much !! And I like your fantasy Regency to do list.

    I might add :

    1. Get fitted for a new gown for the ball.

    2. Pay a morning call on my friends and chat about that horrid Mr. Darcy!

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