I knew when I signed up for the blogathon it would present problems, particularly since I had registered for the Kachemak Bay Writer’s Conference June 14-18 and I was getting a late start on the garden. I was not expecting to:
(1) sprain my wrist when I tripped and fell on a Cambridge sidewalk a week ago, or
(2) have a Doctor’s appointment made Monday to talk about what I thought was a minor but annoying problem balloon over two days into a projected operation in Anchorage, 350 miles away.
I normally blog four days a week: Monday (Alaska weather), Wednesday (quotation contexts), Friday (Jarn’s Journal ) and Sunday (snippets from my writing.) I thought I’d fill in Saturdays with my genealogy from Genographics, and Tuesdays and Thursdays with my experiences at the conference and in self publishing. Well, I’ve had to cancel the conference (I’ll be in surgery when it opens, and the surgery has nothing to do with my fall in Cambridge.)
I don’t know yet if I’ll have WiFi in the hospital, but the Wednesday and Sunday posts for June are already scheduled. I hope to get next week’s and Jarn’s Journal through the end of the month written and scheduled before I fly to Anchorage Tuesday. Beyond that? I have just had my collection of old slides digitized and I have lots of other photos from the Corning Glass Museum, so you may be treated to a lot of pictures on Tuesdays and Thursdays. But I’m still going to try for a post a day.