Well, sort of.
With my work caught up, I have been doing some spring cleaning. Mini blinds, cabinets, you name it, I’ve been tackling it. I would have preferred to have had more billable hours this week, but decided to put the slack time to good use. I’m learning to go with the flow of this type of work, much as I did when a home-based medical transcriptionist years ago. There will be times like this when it’s slower and then wham! I’ll get slammed and be elbow-deep in tasks. Being adaptable, not becoming stressed during the slow times and using those periods to tackle other projects.
Other projects . . . hmmmmm. You’ll notice nudge, nudge there is a new page tab at the top of this blog. Okay, there are two new tabs after a bit of tweaking. If you click on Journey Over to My Amazon Store up there or right here, a new window will open and there you are! You’ll find a selection of books and music in different categories, some RV essentials (including The Long, Long Trailer with Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz) and a taste of Scotland in case you have a hankering for that bonnie land. It is very much a work in progress; in fact, I just published it only today. That’s a reason to check back now and then to see what has been added nudge nudge.
You can also click on Enter the Main Amazon Site or right here. That will take you to – you guessed it – the main Amazon portal where you can browse and shop for all sorts of goodies and your purchases will be applied to my associate account.
Yeah, see what happens when I have time off from working? Ha!
Perhaps you’ve seen the Jesse Stone movies starring Tom Selleck, but have you read the books by Robert B. Parker? I have, and enjoyed the fact that they delved deeper into the various characters. I’ve included the first one, Night Passage, in my store. It’s a darned good read.
I think we’re pretty much done with the rain for now, and I’m grateful we were spared the severe storms. Still, we had a couple of icky days off Tuesday and Wednesday.
I’m loving my new desk chair. It’s quite comfortable and fits me just fine. Call me Goldilocks.
It’s that time of year again (but doesn’t it feel earlier?) when we move our clocks one hour ahead tonight. Well, in the morning, actually. I think the older I get, the more I don’t think it’s really necessary. Of course, that holds true of several things . . .
So don’t forget to turn the hands of time a bit ahead before you snuggle under the blankies tonight, or in the morning when you arise, or even at the assigned time in the wee hours of the morning if you happen to be up and about.
Thanks for stopping by! Hope you’re having a great weekend!