Today’s a random mishmash, so you may just want to skip to the quote. That’s probably the most interesting part of this post.
My website’s a disaster. At the beginning of this month, my blog roll vanished from my right sidebar along with my social media links and my embedded video. I finally found them all neatly stored in the footer. A lot of good they do there.
So after I figured this fix was way beyond my feeble technical skills, I reached out to someone who said he could take care of it…no problem. In the meantime, two posts went up on the same day. That was not my plan, but obviously, the website is now in charge.
Of course, this is the month I’m trying to tie up a lot of loose ends–personal and book-wise, so I can take a break at the end of April. Good luck, Lee.
Some things are working as they should. The first weekend in April, I’m going to be in Monterey, CA at the Conference Center with my books and sharing time with other authors. I’m looking forward to that.
I’ve almost packed for my trip and I’m excited about where I’ll be going. Some stops are Ely, Nevada; Escalante and Moab in Utah; Ouray, Colorado. Hiking in Zion and Bryce, exploring Devil’s Garden and Dinosaur National Monument. I haven’t been on a U.S. road trip in a very long time, so I’m ready to get started and my hiking boots are raring to go.
I may have mentioned that I’m collaborating on a book, and my partner and I are doing the “almost final” edits before the end of April. This has been an interesting experiment, and I’ll be sharing some of what happened after we wrap this book up.
Quote of the Month: “When things go wrong, don’t go with them.”–Elvis Presley