Gratitude: An ereader with an automatic night mode so I can read when I wake up in the middle of the night without blasting my retinas or waking up Traci. Kids that are excited about laying in our bed. The
Gratitude: I’m thankful for a laid back evening watching the Super Bowl with Traci and the boys, and fun with txt messages from my family. The Peaks: I recently contacted the editors of The Herald Chronicle, the Franklin County newspaper.
The Peaks: I took another pass at recording the audiobook version of chapter 1 tonight. I revised my “booth” by draping a blanket from one of my light stands. The blanket now hangs directly behind me and cuts down on
The Pits: None really. The Peaks: The boys had their first day back to school. Traci and I were much more excited than they were, but they were excited to see their friends. The workday was decent, aside from a
The Pits: Got started on packing up Christmas decorations. The Peaks: I’m very fortunate that I received everything I asked for for Christmas this year. But my favorite gift that I didn’t ask for was this plaque that my sister
The Pits: None, really. The Peaks: Today, I spent some time making a short video to raise awareness of a signed copy giveaway on GoodReads. This was an exercise in creating short videos for marketing purposes and I learned a
The Pits: The boys had bad behavior in the afternoon. The Peaks: A few months ago, I donated a photo session to a silent auction for the Miles for Amelia charity run. Today, we met the winning bidder at Arrington
The Pits: Trek had pooped on the kitchen rug during the night. It was cold for our walk this morning and he had diarrhea so liquidy that it was fruitless to attempt to pick it up with the bag. The