December 20, 2013
- I don’t have to write blog posts every day unless I want to. Okay, I didn’t have to before, either, but I wanted to bank enough posts to get three months ahead. On the 13th, I hit that point. If I post every other day, the post I wrote on 12/13 will go live on 3/13. So now if I’m really busy or just don’t feel like there’s much to say, I can skip a day. And the weekends. I can skip the weekends, too. I can focus on other writing projects on the weekends. Well, one writing project in particular, which relates to…
- Kazoo Books. They’re definitely making me happy. I’ve put them on a quest to fill out my Cherry Ames collection. I want to reread them as I work on the above-mentioned project, but my collection is incomplete. And it’s incomplete in the most inconvenient way. I have the first two. And then I’m missing books 3-8. And those are the ones I really want to reread. And sadly, these books have been purged from both the Parchment and the Kalamazoo libraries. I’m sorry I missed that happening because my collection would be much more complete. But Kazoo Books is on the case for me.
- Snowshoes. Alas, it warmed up this week. But my mom and I had two days of great snowshoeing. And it’s supposed to snow again on Sunday, so we’ll get a lot more snowshoeing in.
- Red Dwarf. Or rather the discovery that Hulu has Red Dwarf. Our local PBS affiliate used to show it. Don’t know if they still do. They might. I don’t exactly have a TV on which I could watch it. But I am thrilled that I’ll be able to watch the whole series from the beginning.