~ coping with a cranky keyboard and erratic compose screen, I was off to an even later start blogging than usual due a longer than expected phone call.
I walked just once around the perimeter ~ a short one, minus iPhone in case of rain. So I used the time to think about today's blog post. What did I defer from last one? Guerrilla educationist and digital citizenship. Too bad the computer did not cooperate.
What pictures would fit? Above, my "home office" ~ laptop on a small tray table, small sofa next to a window (the chair is for Chaircat Mao), oil painting by Megan Lemcke. Below, the marble Manor marker + decorative foliage on the corner of Elm and 3rd Avenue.
SoL17 day, I sort of started my post early by setting up draft page + footer just past midnight. I have photos many, ideas fewer. A theme, I could use one. More than a topic, which would be more focused, less prone to ramble. Where's the fun in that, the possibility for discovery, serendipity?
Two Writing Teachers community bloggers share and comment on weekly slice of life posts every Tuesday. Writing habits and reasons vary but not the intent to slice weekly until March. If we miss a deadline or just skip a Tuesday, there will be another the next week and each thereafter. No Tuesday is ever too late to start anew. Read this week's slices here.