A long day spent in the next town to get the final draft approved. I still found errors! Amazing, after all this time to still find typos and such…only proves you must edit, edit, and edit your creation.
I am listing a mail out date of the book for April 26 although I am told the book will be done April 16 or 18. We shall see.
I also got information of how to list on Amazon. Need to get that done.
Now I need to tackle Facebook, Twitter and blog sites. At first, I was going to do all of those but needed to back off. Way too much all at once to learn. It took me five months to learn how to just build this website. As I have said before. That would not have happened without the excellent tech support from IPage. Sandra~
Wednesday, April 4,
Iam sitting in my recliner and Zen comes over and lays his head on the arm. I look down and he has a piece of my floss hanging out of his mouth. Another testament to the Vet labeling him a “garbage gut.”
Case in point, the other day a friend offered Zen to try a few French fries, since he has never eaten any. I put it on the floor of the van and when I got home, they were still there. Definitely a no thank you from Zen. But, this dog will snarf up elk, deer or rabbit poop in a heartbeat, if I cannot get to him in time? GARBAGE GUT!
And later in the day…its garbage day. I put the garbage sack on the counter next to the door so I can run it out to the can.
I forgot something and left the room and when I came back, the sack was on the floor with half the sack emptied out with coffee grounds and such…yuck.
Zen looked very guilty and I thought, “What is that all about?”
As I cleaned up the mess I found Zen’s dead chew toy in the debris. Obviously, Zen KNEW it was in there and pulled it out to smell/chew it one more time.
It prompted me to ask myself: what garbage am I NOT letting go of also? Hmm.