Coming up for air...
Well, I'm afraid there's not been much to report these past couple of days. Both Kevin and I have been feeling rather lethargic and hunkered down. We've done very little work on the farm... and when I say little... I really mean none, except for our have-to chores like feeding the fish and chickens... but other than that, our butts have been stuck on our respective couch and chair. Kevin has been building more soccer teams (football... for our European and Spanish-speaking friends) on his internet games. For those who don't know, there are organized internet games where people can build a team, buy and sell players, act like a manager and follow how their teams are doing. I'd never heard of such games until Kevin told me about them, but I'm learning. I can only imagine there are the same kinds of games for hockey or basketball. What do I know?
I, on the other hand, have been glued to my seat, tapping on my keyboard... writing my book. So, I dare say, I have been working and feeling motivated. It feels incredibly satisfying. Our French doors are open, the sun is shining... couldn't ask for a more beautiful setting. I'm loving the whole experience, so much so, I'm having a hard time tearing myself away. I do have to, however, before atrophy sets in or bladder explosion, whichever threatens my health first... so Kevin and I have gone for walks on the property, checking on our water tanks (thankfully, all three are full) and on the baby Trevorettes (they're happy in their new pond and I swear they've grown in the last week).
The book, which will fill in the gaps of how we got to this point in our adventure, will be available electronically for eReaders. I'm really quite excited about it.
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