Laughing at myself…..

This morning just brings laughter in all directions. I have been praying for sunshine, and mother nature gave me………………….SNOW! Yes…snow. Little white flakes falling from the sky. So…. I laughed.

And I have been working to list my books on other sites for more exposure……and I can’t get my book cover to load. The file is too large. Do I know how to shrink it? Not right this second….so… I laughed.

I love my job today. I am in my grandma pj’s this morning and not quite ready for the world…..and I made my printer go wireless.  And I laughed…..because I just printed a document from my bed. And the printer is in the office area in the kitchen. Shhhhhh…..did you hear that? bzzzzzzzzzzzt…..printed document! Teeeheeehehehehehehehe. That was worth the laugh. I love my job.

So, I guess it can snow. My flowers will still come up, the raspberries will find their way to bloom, and my garden, such as it is, will grow something. Just a little slower today.


About Terri Louise

I am a Heavy Equipment Operator by day and a writer by night. My day job takes me all over Idaho doing road projects and camping in gorgeous areas and my writing career lets me sit in my PJ's and type into the night. I am a Cancer survivor. The worst being the Thyroid Cancer. Divorced and Authored the book series, "Diaries of a Damaged Soul". "Divorced, Girlfriends, Phone Calls, And Why He Makes Me Sick!" is available on Amazon as a Kindle book. "Coffee of Change", "Grader Gal's Simple Steps to Car Maintenance" and many more!!! Visit my author's page on Amazon..
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