We are still in the midst of visiting family. Today, we are back in Oceanside, after our six-day stay with my stepson and his family. We had a great time running around the old mining towns of southern Arizona, and introducing the grandkids to cowboys, horses, and… dust. Lots and lots of dust.
I do not like southern Arizona, but that is not what this post is about.
To be honest, this post is not about much more than just checking in. I feel like I’ve been out of touch for months. So, *waves* “Hi everyone! Been missing you!”
I have been checking in and leaving the occasional comment here and there. But mostly, when I manage to get online, I just do a quick check-and-delete of email, responding only to the few that require attention. Same with Facebook and my hugemongis list of subscribed blogs.
I didn’t get much writing done this week. Closer to none, actually. Just a couple paragraphs. The week before, I added a few thousand words, which encouraged me lots. I’m still floundering around Bridgebuilder’s plot, which I think I misplaced. I’m sure I’ll find it again, though. I worked for a bit on the timeline for it, cleaning up the action, moving around a few scenes, and seeing where new scenes need to go. And of course, figuring out the ending. No, I haven’t done that yet, thanks-for-asking.
Just to prove I’ve been doing otherwise occupied, here’s a couple vacation photos for you to enjoy.