So, I traded in an iPad today. It was an original vintage 64GB version that I took on my honeymoon. It was a great piece of hardware that had reached the end of its useful life to me. I mean, sure - I could have saved it for my 5 month old son to "enjoy" in a year-and-a-half when he is allowed to have "screen time". (Incidentally, that is a bitch, because I love screen time. I live for screen time. Now I just let him drool on me instead.) So - Target has this great deal where I can trade in the old hardware for a $200 credit. Fantastic idea. I would have bought something else from them right then and there had they had anything I was interested in purchasing. (Seriously. They were down to 2 iPad 2's and dust bunnies.) SO, I took the gift card and walked out happy. Then I learned that there's a way to turn that $200 exchange card into a $200 Amex. I thought. "OK. I'll do it. Then I'll take my Amex and run over to Google f
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As my readers have noticed, my writing output can be highly variable. Some days I'm +3000 words, some days, there's nothing in there. There's a complex equation that involves mindfulness divided by lack of sleep, times angst, and stress, plus or minus my commitment level and self-esteem status. I haven't outgrown my princess stage. I would love to sit down and be productive each and every time, but that is not my reality. As such, I need to be realistic about my timing for Starweaver's Dawn. I was homing to complete the manuscript by the end of August, but that is not going to be realistic. I'm adjusting the deadline to something I hope will be achievable with my current life and work commitments. I am going to commit to writing every day though. So, there is hope. September.
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