Giving You My Mind, One Piece at a Time

Only Mother Nature Knows for Sure

Published a couple of years ago in The Daily Grind - 0 Comments

My enumerated list for yesterday:

  • Created daily quote graphic
  • Updated my main blog
  • Created March offer for GML
  • Sent March offer to GML
  • Posted content to my training site
  • Responded to user requests on my training site
  • Created Categories for The Content Ninja
  • Added Categories to the primary menu pf The Content Ninja
  • Added Product Review List page to The Content Ninja
  • Added Product Review List page to the primary menu of The Content Ninja
  • Added placeholder Rates & Services page
  • Added Rates & Services page to the primary menu of The Content Ninja
  • Added Tool Review Format article to The Content Ninja
  • Added SlideCarnival Product Review to The Content Ninja
  • Added logo to The Content Ninja
  • Added site icon to The Content Ninja
  • Watched tutorial on how to set up Facebook comments
  • Watched tutorial on how to add Facebook App ID
  • Worked on eCourse outline
  • Canceled my Noom account
  • Talked to Michael
  • Talked to Marlene
  • Started work on “mystery project”
  • Completed “bootstrap checklist”
  • Created next task list

Today’s headline refers to the weather in these parts. The forecast high for today is 45, with a winter weather advisory in effect until 6 p.m. on Sunday that includes 1-2 inches of snow. No big deal, right? Wong. When I went to bed last night, the same forecast was for a high of 60 today and then 2-5″ of snow on Sunday. Crazy, no consistency whatsoever.

They’re predicting a low of 15F on Monday with a high that doesn’t reach above freezing. If we do get precipitation Sunday, it will be hanging around a while, with lows in the teens for much of the coming week. Springlike temperatures will finally return on Friday… or will they? Only time will tell.

I talk about the weather because it’s really the only exciting thing that happens around here other than the trainwreck that is our Nextdoor community. Watching the residents of our neighborhood argue with one another is like a bad soap opera, but still kind of entertaining.

I talked to both Michael and Marlene yesterday. I enjoy my Friday phone calls. Dad has fully recovered from his latest bout of pneumonia and seems stronger. No one died at the home the last two weeks, which is good. They’ve had a lot of residents pass on since the beginning of the year, so it was nice to have a lull in the losses for a while.

I’ve actually already got my next week planned out. I’m making Wh great progress. Five sites, five “work days.” I’ve decided to focus on one site each day until I get them all into more of a “maintenance mode,” at which time (I know me), I’ll probably take on another project (like one of my book ideas). When I get there is anyone’s guess though.

Time to make the donuts. May you love the life you create for yourself. Namaste & ciao for now.