Pretty in Purple

Fresh spring blooms.

Here’s something a little softer as the week starts to come to a close.

I went back to the well and found an out take of something I published a few weeks ago and started to work on it in various ways. I wanted it to look like a painting, and I wanted it to be light and airy. I think I achieved both goals.

I got my typefaces back. I didn’t even have to reach out to the Automatticians to accomplish this. I am pretty sure that someone at WordPress reads everything that we post, or at least those of us who are trouble makers.

Me! Me! Me!

However, one hand doesn’t seem to know what the other hand did or is doing. I found that out last year when I reorganized Storyteller.

It was kind of funny.

I started doing the work under the guidance of one agent and we’ stopped before we finished with the agent promising me an email when he was ready to start on the next day. He was as good as his word.

His email was curious to say the least. Apparently, his shift replacement saw the uncompleted work and started to return it to its original state.

My guy asked if I did it. I replied, do you think I have the skills to do it without your help?” He LOL’d me and tracked down the changes and who made them.

Because I had real help I wasn’t as frustrated as I might be.

And, he did me a huge favor. There is way to transfer everything at once — all of my posts, all of you, all of your comments and my replies — but you have to have a business account.

Because I don’t I would have had to transfer everything by hand. When I mentioned it to him, he said not to worry and that he’d do it. Accurate and time saving.

And, that’s the story for today.

Happy day.



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