Things Moving Forward, Finally

Submitted by C B Wright on

So as you may know, based on past posts, last year we moved to Montgomery, Alabama. We have been living with my mother-in-law, a saintly woman who must surely be blessed after putting up with all the things she's had to put up with ever since she put us up. We've been trying (and failing) to find a place to live... and trying and failing, and trying, and failing, and then trying again and almost succeeding (but ultimately failing).

I don't want to jinx anything, but we're signing a lease tomorrow. I know "signing a lease" sounds utterly trivial, but there were hoops involved. HOOPS I TELL YOU.

So tomorrow we move into a place where I will have my own actual bona-fide office, which means that it may actually be easier for me to get things done. Since "getting things done" has been sort of an issue while we've been in exile I'm hoping this will allow me to return to something approaching a "consistent schedule" for all my projects.

Let's find out!

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Gah. I had completely

Gah. I had completely forgotten about them.

JUST CALL THEM RABBITS FOR CRYING OUT LOUD.

:-)

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.

"... this will allow me to

"... this will allow me to return to something approaching a "consistent schedule" for all my projects." "I dinna think the word means what you think it means." To return to something, you have to have been there to begin with. I've been a member of your site for 6 years, and lurked a lot before then. I think you wanted this phrasing: "...this will allow me to start to have something approaching..."

But I'm still here after 6 years, and I bought your first book. I'll wait until you complete the sequel before I buy it. 

While I've never had a

While I've never had a properly consistent schedule, I have, on occasion, had something approaching a "consistent schedule."

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.

Hope it is going well and you

Hope it is going well and you are moving into your office.  Sounds awesome.

Well, we are in a house. So

Well, we are in a house. So that's good. There are wrinkles. Which I guess is to be expected.

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.