Snapshot #218 | 10 Things for 27 November 2022

Currently…

1. reading… more poetry.
2. fine-tuning… my sourdough schedule. I finally managed to get an overnight rise to work, so it’ll be easier to actually make sourdough on a regular basis.
3. accepting… that there are only really two or three weeks left in the year before my schedule crumbles into dust and cookie crumbs, and thinking about what I can still get done.
4. cancelling… unnecessary subscriptions.
5. delighting… in the way this story is falling into place. If everything goes as planned, I’ll be able to start the scene outline in January.
6. pausing… between actual knitting projects while I learn the next skill I need.
7. trying… to figure out where to put the new printer. I’d hoped I could just put it where the old one had been, but apparently not. (This is the push I needed to finish setting up the office early in the new year.)
8. getting… used to using the typewriter. My speed is improving, though uppercase letters are still slowing me down. A lot.
9. starting… to get excited about 2023.
10. adding… cinnamon to my hot chocolate.

3 responses to “Snapshot #218 | 10 Things for 27 November 2022”

  1. I alway enjoy reading your snapshots!
    Recently it’s very cold here in Calgary and one of my ways to deal with it it to bake bread.

    1. Thanks – I like writing them… though I am hoping to have some actual, extended blog posts at some point in the near future, too. (And isn’t bread making so comforting on a cold day? The only downside I’ve found is that it’s incredibly difficult to go back to even very good store-bought bread. Homemade is always better.)

      1. I absolutely agree! Nothing is more comforting than a bowl of homemade soup and a slice of homemade bread! Especially in winter.

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