The Problem with Little Ones is…

They get sick. Lots. Day care germs. Church baby room germs. On Monday, she was running a fever and she slept in my arms for 4 1/2 hours, while I tried to edit my book with scribbles that I had to decipher later. Poor little thing. I hope she’s feeling better today.

The Elf and the Hummingbird

So yesterday, I actually managed to write 5,000 words. I couldn’t get on the computer to post my blog in the morning and finally gave up and wrote on the book. No internet, spinning dial, so I figured I’d try to get it preposted for Wednesday, and NOT do the dumb thing and accidentally publish it Tuesday night, but for Wednesday morning, because between baby being here and my internet problems in the morning, it takes me forever to blog.

And that’s my story…

I’m only 5,000 words away from minimum word count, though the story usually is much longer. I have a long ways to go on it, but finally had some time and some inspiration for some ideas I needed to add. Still need to do the taxes too, and a bear! I am ahead on the book, but it doesn’t seem like it because I have so much else to do. And who knows when I will really finish the book. April 1st is not an April Fool’s Day but a deadline day.

Hope you all have a wonderful day, and NO deadlines!!


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2 thoughts on “The Problem with Little Ones is…

  1. I’m curious what internet provider you have? You likely remember the lack of choice we have here in my area. Those of us who live beyond the outreach of Waco services are limited to phone company DSL which I have, satellite which I tried and didn’t like, and good old dial up. My DSL works the best of them, but slows during peak usage times. That sounds like what you are experiencing. Mine gets slower early in the morning and again in the evening. Kind of like rush hour traffic I suppose.

    • I had satellite in Crawford. Dial-up before that. Dial-up was awful. I remember a friend from Los Angeles saying she couldn’t imagine anyone having anything like that, but that’s all we had. Then I had satellite and I couldn’t even get any of the channels like Netflix, etc. My son-in-law tried to download a movie for us to watch at Christmas one year, and it wiped out all my internet for the month. lol AND we never got to see the movie. I have AT&T internet and phone. here. I do believe at peak times in the morning, it really wreaks havoc with my internet.

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