I had plans.
I’d decided to aim for two blog posts a month. I even had partially prepared drafts, but then real life domestic dramas decided to intervene.
No, I won’t bore you with the details. All I’ll say is that I never realised it would be a) so difficult, and b) so time consuming, to get a repair done under a first year warranty.
After that temporary setback to my February plans, I’m back on schedule with the novel and other tasks. I have targets to achieve in 2023; no more delays.
And of course, the low temperatures and snow reached us this time- we often have winters with little or no snow at all.
It was snow Thursday, immediately followed by rain, but I managed to get photos before it disappeared- it was still snowing at this point.
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2 thoughts on “Good Intentions and Snow…”
Glad you are back on track Carol. Sympathies for the repair problem. So annoying they take your money quickly enough.
I lost four afternoons of writing time, complying with their various requests, before the repair was finally agreed.