You’ll see some changes.
Good morning from sunny, brisk Vermont. Perhaps this last round of snow will be our last, as April approaches. I’m tired of boots and gloves and snowy dog coats. I imagine the skiers are happy. This morning I started making some simple adjustments to this blog to make it more usable to screen readers, so you’ll see some changes. I’ve yards left to do and figure out. Like how to make this text stand out more. A work in progress.
I can’t tell you more than this, because the actual agreement is confidential; our obligations to Schoolside, are old house in Hyde Park, are done–the papers are signed, and all has ended very well for us. This heavy weight that has been on our backs for the last three plus years is off and gone. I walk with a lighter step, even with my winter boots.
I finally downloaded all of my iPad photos onto this laptop, so you’ll be seeing some new glimpses of life in and out of Soft Landing. The one I’ll include today is the start of my mini-conservatory, with my indoor plants resting on tiles. Is doesn’t hurt to pretend that I’m in the Cotswalds in my cottage conservatory sipping tea, does it? No news regarding my book, so I’m holding onto the last message I received from the publisher that it is still coming out in July. I think I’ll try to have a signing event at the local library and then ask one of the stores in Morrisville to stock them for me. That way it will be easier for my local readers to grab a copy.
Thanks for all of your responses. I still have not figured out how to send a response through WordPress, but perhaps as I’m making adjustments, something will jump out at me. Check back next week for another segment of Finding Home.