Pretty Much

This*.

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Goodnight!

*At least I posted something. Semantics. FTW!**

**IOU 1 blog post of substance.***

*** If I write 2 tomorrow, will that do?****

**** That just made me think of Wimpy’s, “I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today!”

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15 thoughts on “Pretty Much

  1. I applaud your trying to post daily. I’m not cut out for that. Though I do write about a post every day or two – it’s just that most aren’t for me.

    • I will not post every day forever. It is my goal until September 30th, though. I am trying to re-establish a habit of posting. If you could see how many drafts I have you would cry. Lots of things left unpublished. Some good. Some silly. Some barely there.

      I was really quite railroaded by all the problems with my host.

      You know how sometimes – like in Instagram – a topic is timely, but just for the moment? That happened a lot. So there the drafts sit. I am not sure what to do, but I am thinking I will try and use as many as possible.

      I want to write about the blog woes, but I am not ready to name names and hate to be vague. Does that make sense?

      Meanwhile, thank you for your support. It means a lot.

  2. I will gladly accept Calvin and Hobbes as a post, at any time! Love the way Calvin thinks. My 13 y.o. has just discovered his dad’s old C & H books. It’s so much fun to listen to him howl with laughter.

    • Thank you! ๐Ÿ™‚

      I love the way Calvin thinks, too. He is so familiar to me. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      I *love* the howling with laughter that goes along with C & H reading.

      Last year, for Christmas, Thing 1 received the BIG heavy box set. It’s beautiful.

    • Calvin & Hobbes will always be a happy place to land. I love that Thing 1 loves C & H, too. It has helped us all at one time or another.

      The man, Bill Patterson, is brilliant. The best, really.

    • Well that was good timing! ๐Ÿ˜€

      It describes me too. I have learned, somewhat, to control the panic, find the right level of distraction, and take the procrastination right to the edge without going over.

      It works for me … when it works for me …. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Otherwise, PANIC!

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