The last day of March heralds the last day of required consecutive blogging. for my seventh year of slicing. Blogging is a comfortable habit. Most days my blog posts are efficiently and effectively drafted, revised and posted. Most. days. But then there are those days when technology reminds me who is really in charge.
So for the last day, an old but comfortable format.
Link 1 from 2017
Link 2 from 2016
Link 3 from 2015
Waiting impatiently for my coffee to brew.
Rejoicing in the silence.
Peering into the zero dark thirty for an indication of the weather today.
Checking my links for today’s Zoom meetings.
Wondering how I lost the link to yesterday’s 5 pm Zoom session.
Mentally checking to see if my google doc is set up for my notes.
Counting off the number of Zoom sessions for today as well as my list to see if I REALLY have all my links.
Reviewing the pages of photo album “scrap booked” for the great niece graduate.
Reading the next stack of “sorted” pictures to see if they are all alike.
Wishing I had the Trail Guide printed out so I didn’t have to jump from tab to tab (says the Queen of 101+ open tabs)!
Absorbing the heat from my coffee cup with both hands.
Checking my Flair pens to see what other colors work well on my blue paper.
Sifting mentally through ideas for today’s slice.
Bouncing from task to task to task.
Previewing my 801st blog post.
Rereading to see if the post makes sense!
Pushing the publish button for today.
What are you doing, currently?
Thank you, Two Writing Teachers, for this daily forum in March. Check out the writers and readers here.