I've been super busy. I finished the 80s! Or the photo albums from the 80s. The 90s box is out. I'll probably tackle some of them tomorrow. My middle daughter and I went to the farmer's market. We wore face masks as did all the vendors. We even had some vendors who had double wide … Continue reading Day 5 of Furlough
I finished five photo albums! The pictures have been scanned and uploaded to Shutterfly for the family. The 70s are done! At least the box marked with the 70s is done, whether they were in there or not. The next box is the 80s and only has three albums in it. There may be another … Continue reading Day 3 of Furlough
I'm officially on furlough through the end of May. I was lucky to only have to take 13 days over the next 13 months but I opted to lump them together to get them out of the way. This means today... well last night I stayed up till 3 am editing which meant I slept … Continue reading Day 1 of Furlough
We're all stressed from the covid 19 stuff. I won't say I've not been stressed because I've had my moments. However, I'm enjoying not commuting. I don't believe I've been out of my house in two weeks. I could get used to this. I've been working on re-editing my Wayfarer series. I've gone through each … Continue reading Progress on a Project
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Criticism is something you’re going to have to get a thick skin about.
...the word processor is not always right.
It is all dependent on the mood you’re trying to build.
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