Hello dear reader,
hard to believe that Easter has come and gone and that I’ve managed to survive April Fool’s unscathed this year. Yay me… Practical jokers should come with alarm bells attached.
No bunnies this Easter. I developed a severe allergy to my fluffy bunnies and had to re-home them. Very sad, as I had them both from kits. We did, however gain two very sweet new additions to the furry family in the form of a very sweet natured black and white abandoned tom cat and a grey tabby kitten who has to be the most adorable creature I’ve ever met.
My fiancée and I have taken to a late in the season spring clean and it’s amazing how many broken things you find lurking in drawers that you realize you’ll never need and won’t even miss when they’re gone. Operation autumn clean has commenced.
Writing progress is slow, what with me battling a bad bout of systemic candida and feeling like I left my brain in the next room. Recovery is a slow, tedious progress involving probiotics and other exotic sounding things like olive leaf extract and wild oregano oil and although I may not be putting pen to paper much, my imagination is running amok with new ideas when it’s not completely clouded by brain fog.
I hope you’ve at least made some progress on your latest projects and taken steps towards your latest goals and dreams. Despite brain fog I have managed to achieved and exceed my goal of one thousand downloads of my e-book, The Namari Book I and so I am a step closer to my dream of one million downloads. Super excited about that.
I wish you all a great week ahead and thank you for reading my rambles, as always.