It’s another whirlwind week here at the Blog… It’s been so busy, I can’t believe it’s already Thursday and not only Tuesday evening. But that’s good because that means tomorrow’s Friday. And you know what that means: another Five Things Friday post! So be sure to come back tomorrow to share your Friday Five stories. There’s a theme, there’s always a theme. But I’m not telling. It’s a surprise. Guess you’ll just have to come back tomorrow. Yay! I love company!
Things keep falling into place with the New Blog design and the writing and the housing projects. Every day it seems something else is getting started and completed. Not always the same item, but as long as I can mark off a To Do each day, I’m so okay with adding another.
I’ve never been busier, and I’ve never been happier. I’m looking forward to this weekend, but that doesn’t mean a lot of rest. Sometimes I almost feel like Alice’s White Rabbit, always scurrying, always fretting about things to do. Except he worried too much. I’m enjoying my busyness. And yes, I am allowing myself some downtime when I get it. Iced coffee is a wonderful commodity!
One of the Projects I’m keeping my eye on is my newest Kickstarter Campaign. After the success with printing THE UNEMPLOYMENT COOKBOOK, SECOND EDITION, I’ve received more interest in both Editions. Terry from Kickstarter worked with me to set up this new campaign so it wasn’t just a redundant duplicate of the last one. We made a few changes, simplified the Campaign.
I’ve spoken with many who have given their Cookbooks away as gifts. Others want to complete the set by getting the Edition they don’t currently have. Now’s your chance to pre-order (or RE-order) your copies.
The Campaign only runs until July 4th. In it’s first 36 hours, it’s nearly 10% funded. This Campaign is strictly Cookbook orders. No additions, no difficult packages to mail out. Just Cookbook orders to be shipped in flat packages.
Thanks to you who have previously ordered, and thanks to you who are supporting this current campaign. I truly do appreciate each and every one of you!
As I always like to say,
And Frankly, My Dear… that’s all she wrote!