Notice anything different?
(Please say yes.)
I've spent hours and hours over the last two days changing some of the clunkier bits on my blogs. Primarily I ruthlessly cut the Labels categories, from 150/tumultuous to less than 20/tidy.
I'd like to say that now, as the rain gently falls. cooling and calming the parched ground, I'm content with the work I've done. In truth, the rain carries the noisy clatter of hail with it, and the ground is so far from parched that I'm expecting to get a sewage-in-the-streetsrivercreeksground bulletin any minute now. As I have noticed entirely too often, taking action tends to add, rather than subtract, items from the to-do list. Most pressing? To update my Links on each of the blogs. Some have gone dead; others are on the wrong blog; others need added to help folks who wander my way figure out where to go next.
I'd like to think it will be next weekend before I take on that task. I need to throw myself into getting my tax information together;hanging up the three loads of clean laundry that are piled into one weak clothesbasket; swapping the two area rugs so the lighter, brighter, wilder one is in the living room; and cleaning all the papers currently lounging on countertops, desks, tables, and attractively arranged piles on the floor. Then, too, I have some art that needs to get into the mail, as soon as I do a bit more stitching or otherwise adhering and get them scanned and posted. Once again the choices are clear: the supposedly necessary vs. the desirable.