Posts tagged with update
14 December 2014 - Be Glad and Rejoice, for Grand Staycation IV is Almost Here!
In just a few days, I begin the fourth annual Grand Staycation. With 16 consecutive days off, I will focus on end-of-the-year catch-up and planning for 2015. I’m much more excited for the vacation than I am about the holidays, but in fairness, I’m in generally good spirits about the holidays this year, so there’s that.
9 November 2014 - An Autumn’s Repose
Autumn’s full, glorious array reminds us to be prepared for the winter to come.
31 August 2014 - Labor Day = Day of Labor; Mayhaps a Lesson There?
It’s not lost on me, the irony of spending a five-day Labor Day holiday sitting at home … laboring.
10 August 2014 - A 90-Day Lookback
I haven’t posted a general update in almost exactly three months. So here you go, in no particular order.
27 April 2014 - Here and There and Everywhere
Sundry items of note.
4 March 2014 - Blowin’ in the Wind …
Behold the whirlwind. Where to begin? I’ve posted photos of the drama related to my dining-room window. The broken pane is from a century-old window, so the glass repair is taking some time. The storm window is in place — the A/C unit is now in front of my bedroom fireplace — so it’s not […]
1 February 2014 - Well, January Was Interesting …
I might ordinarily say, “gosh, I can’t believe it’s been a month since my last blog post,” except this time that little introductory spiel would be a big fat lie. I haven’t posted because I’ve been so busy and so behind that I even took a day off, yesterday, just to unbury.
17 November 2013 - Another Quick Recap
So my participation in National Novel Writing Month is proceeding better than I expected. I’m actually above my target word count for this point in the month, coming in somewhere just north of 27,000 words.
27 October 2013 - A Wee Bit of Catch-Up
Wow. Six weeks without a post? Where does the time go? Oh, wait. I know. I goes into the giant pile of crap I have to work on — a pile that’s grown so large that even my ironclad weekly routines fell by the wayside.