8:00 a.m. — Atlanta
listening to A Worried Man sung by the Kingston Trio [great sing along song]
Hello, all. How are you? Well, I hope. I am busy inventing new ways to avoid packing. I can’t believe I leave Sunday, for two months. Towards that, I am hoping to publish the prompt calendar today. I say hope because it involves technology. I practiced on one of my closed blogs and was successful… only I have forgotten how I got there.
Okay. File downloaded, WordPress import engaged, they’ll let me know… I think I’ll go get a cup of coffee, or contemplate my suitcase… 8:38, checking, still importing. Hmmm. Okay, maybe a video game. I’ll pretend I have no blog to post. That’ll larn ‘em. It’s in! Now, to get it on here. Go get yourselves a cuppa.
9: 08 Well, damn. It looks like this theme does not support fun. You will have to do with a straightforward calendar that won’t let you play. Barbara Y. designed the calendar and has it so that you will know ahead of time every prompt for the summer. If for any reason all I can do is post a blank page for you to leave your links at, the calendar gives you a general idea what I may have talked to you about. In those cases interpretations of prompts are wide open [not that they aren't anyway]. You will notice that for two that may have stumped you, Barbara gives footnotes.
So I shall see you tomorrow for the final prompt roundup until August. I shall be with you each Tuesday, but not talking, other than to explain my idea for each prompt or to give you images. Write poems, post your links, visit each other, as usual.
Bookmark this page! Happy writing, everyone.
PS My preview is showing a lot of space after the calendar. I tried several things, then decided life is rough and sometimes we have to live with these things.