I hate it when I say I’ll do something, and then I forget to do it. A while back, I said I’d post about our experience with squatters living next door, and I never did. So I’ll work on that.
I have 3 drafts in my Posts folder. One is an unfinished review of the entire Prospero’s Daughter series–which I loved. I started that damned post in 2012. This is inexcusable.
Another is about ditching Gmail–which I never did manage to do, so I never finished it. The third is about stick-to-it-iveness, which I almost finished when it started sounding familiar. I searched my blog and sure enough, I already wrote about the subject once at length. So now I want to retool it as stick-to-it-tivness, part 2.
I’ve been blogging a longtime. Repetitiveness is a constant danger.
I met six nuns the other night. And the amazing thing is they were all under 30 (or so they looked it), they were all in floor-length habits and veils, and they were all thin and pretty.
Why amazing? When I was a kid, young nuns were scarce, they were usually chubby, and they had ditched their habits.
I’ve been sewing! My daughter has had a persistent interest in sewing, so I broke down and got us a sewing machine. So far, I’ve been sewing an apron to match one I made for her a few years ago, but I think our next project will be veteran’s vests for my husband and me. We can set all out patches on it, and pin on all the pins and ribbons. Including the ones I got from RomVets.
I have six email accounts. I really think that’s too many. Here’s what I use them for:
- Personal Gmail account
- Old personal account at Yahoo, which now accumulates junk. So much junk it is impractical to use the account for anything else. I need to just delete it.
- Blogging Gmail account
- tianevitt.com account
- work account
- Outlook.com account, which I tried to move into from my personal Gmail account, but which is just not good enough.
Still here? You get a cookie. I did say this would be trivial. Therefore …
… I shall leave you with a profound thought. According to BrainyQuote, today’s Quote of the Day is “Be intent of the perfection of the present day” said by William Law. Although I am writing this tonight, on Monday, I shall schedule it for tomorrow, which is Tuesday, your today, and which, indeed, will have the fresh potential to be perfect. If you click the link, bear in mind that it will take you to today’s Quote of the Day, which will be my present tomorrow. So scroll down for yesterday’s (today’s) quote and be sure to enjoy today’s (tomorrow’s) quote while you are there.