by Marsha Ward
Last time I posted, I wrote about a day without power, that is, electricity. Today I'm going to muse on other stuff that has made up my month. It's been very interesting!
I had a birthday. So did a brother, two in-laws, several progeny, and quite a few of the progeny of my siblings. March can bankrupt a body.
My website went off-line. I decided to move it soon to another service, and bought a hosting package that turned out not to be suitable.
I had an interesting emotional breakdown. Interesting, because I discovered that the same thing happened exactly the same time last year. Trend-spotting is good.
I resigned from a position during the breakdown. Fortunately, the person to whom I sent the email was patient and waited out my breakdown.
I settled back down into the day-to-day fending off of "Denial of Service" attacks to a website I monitor for the position I was again serving in. I'm sure some of the stress of this position caused the breakdown in the first place.
I began to write my fifth novel.
I was invited to participate on a high-visibility panel at a convention later this year.
I purchased a new hosting package for my website with another company. I was informed I can't make sales from my site with that package. Back to square one.
I came down with the flu I'd been battling off successfully for two months. I've been mostly in bed for the past three days. Except when I've been in that other vital room of the house.
Anybody know some very good stress relievers?