This “blogging on the regular” thing, that is. Still, I’m going to give it a shot, once again: no merit in abusing myself for not doing it, so let’s set that aside and carry on.
As I type, it’s a frosty late-January afternoon – the laundry is on, there’s cauliflower roasting for tonight’s soup, foccacia bread is rising, and Mark is doing his best to locate some creepy swamp people in Red Dead Redemption 2. Outside, Nature has elected to dump a blinding-white powdery snow on top of everything. Probably I OUGHT to be shoveling it.
I am not shoveling it. Instead I am having a second coffee, though I will likely regret the not-shoveling later on.
The plan is: Two hundred words, most days. About anything. I can do that, surely; I can use up two hundred words writing an email to re-schedule a meeting. Build a routine, and therefore a habit.
I think the first order of business shall be to do a few improvements around here. I’m no graphic designer, but at least I can make sure all the proper plugins are installed and such.
In the meantime, here’s one of the songs that’s been an earworm for me lately:
Reading right now:
- A Study in Scarlet Women – a gender-swapped Holmes story as written by an author of mainly historical romances.
Playing right now:
- Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles – A preposterously relaxing open-world adventure.