A Change Would Do You Good
People don’t like change. I’m a people. Therefore, I don’t care for change, either.
But change I must.
Starting today, I will post on this blog three days a week: Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6am EST. I will still respond to comments, interact and read blogs as normal. I just won’t be posting seven days a week. June 20, 2010 was the last day that this blog did not have a new post or a newly-posted re-post, so this will be a very big change for me….and maybe for some of you.
I have a Very Big Deadline to hit. I’m excited. And petrified. I can walk 444-miles in 34 days. I’m capable of enticing my dad into a grand adventure before the clock strikes midnight.
Can I make that into a compelling story?
Time—sleepless, shifting, maddening time—will tell.
I read a fun book on my walk.
Memoirs of a Dilettante Volume One by Helena Hann-Basquiat was a crazy, sophisticated romp through the world of all things dilettante, led by the ultimate cruise director, Helena herself. (And sometimes by Penny, her delightful niece.) The book turns pages by jumping around the history of your favorite dilettante, with hilarious outtakes to an appendix that is in itself wordsmithery. It’s a not-to-be-missed journey, darlings. A soundtrack of Life. A very fun romp (and I type that knowing I read the book when my feet felt like doing anything but romping.)
Buy this book. Read this book. Help this deserving writer find her place among the stars.
You can get the book at Amazon by clicking here: I’m a Darling, darling.
To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis is available in paperback and e-book formats at these outlets: Click to Purchase To Live Forever.