I left myself with little time to post, then, when I reached for my camera to load the photos, I realised I’d left it at work. Again. This is annoying.
It also leaves me with 14 minutes to write a post and publish, unless I want to have to start getting notes from WP congratulating me on doing two days of consecutive posting. I’d be happy to do without the notes, but after working my way up to 14 days I don’t want to slip back. It’s like being one of Pavlov’s dog, but without the food.
I have spent most of the night reading blogs and generally catching up, which was quite pleasant, but I really should have blogged first and read second. However, that’s normally the way with me. Good sense and organisation are another world as far as I am concerned,
I can’t think of much more to say, as most of it will be contained in what is now going to be tomorrow’s blog, with photos.
Eight minutes to go.
I ead a blog tonight about writer’s block. I’m glad to say that I don’t believe in it, though I do find writing less easy at some points. I did, however, restrain myself from saying that as it’s not really my place to offer opinions on the blogs of others. I took that option on another blog too – about whether it’s better to say “they” or “he/she”. The drivel that is modern life…
Do whatever works for you, Quercus. You can catch up with the rest of us when you can. No worries.
I hate the notes stating the posting streaks..
I’d like to opt out. They are annoying, and as I just found, habit-forming.
I read first, very early in the morning – otherwise I wouldn’t manage it.
Sounds like you need two cameras – one for work and one for home.
I have three, I’m just too lazy to use the others. 🙂
I quite often wind up in bed with my phone. Probably a bad habit, but…
When you say “probably” . . . . 🙂
Write first and then read. It is the only way, even if you end up reading on your phone while going to bed!!!
Good advice, though I don’t hav my phone connected to the internet – so much simpler. 🙂
I’m a bit of a Luddite at heart…