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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Training

I haven't had much time for blogging because of spending time trying to learn things on various sites. I've watched hour-long videos, most not getting anything from them. I've been working on my forthcoming book and am about finished with that. I'll have to decide whether to self-publish or traditional publish, and it's weighing on me, which one?

My in-box of e-mails seems to be growing. It takes me half my time to read through them and some require a response or other work. And visitors take up some of the time. Had company from Kansas last week and just today my grandson and wife stopped in. I appreciate 'em, my grandson brought me a CASE cap to go with some other CASE items. He picked it up at the annual old tractor show at Saguaro Park in Glendale.

Jerome Increase Case started building tractors in Detroit way back and so I have a couple small replicas, one old and one new just for the heck of it. He was an ancestral relative. Somebody in the family has made good and more power to them. Now I have a cap I can wear while I play farmer.

You can see how busy I am if you read my Cattle Dust blog on Wordpress. I stopped the Comments over there because of too may spam and trash responses. If you would like to make a comment about that blog, please do so here. Thanks for your time and interest. 

5 comments:

  1. Sounds like you've been tremendously busy. I empathize.

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    1. More than usual for sure, Charles, thanks.

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  3. Seems I am too busy myself and I am not sure why. I also try to listen and read quite a bit of writer stuff but most seems to be a rehash of the same old stuff. The sun is out, I think I will get outside and do something. Much too busy, do I wash the car, play golf, go for a hike, or as kids once said should I just chill?

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  4. Much of the writer stuff is duplicated, but I'm narrowing it down to a couple of sites. I have to keep up with it, though, for now. A short hike sounds good!

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