|Time to build an ark.|
The Cammie Book: As I noted yesterday, blogging has been light here lately. I'm five months away from deadline on the Cammie book and that's consuming all of my mental and physical energy right now. I'm heading back to Natchitoches over Spring Break to nail down a few details my publisher has asked for and I'm looking forward to that, actually. I have loved the research aspect of this project -- it's truly been a labor of love. However, we are not quite done yet, so ...wish me luck, please. And if you feel so inclined, don't be shy about hitting the tip jar over in the sidebar. Research takes money: gas, photocopies, lunch, postage, ink....help a girl out if you can.
The Louisiana Primary: Well, Cruz almost pulled off Louisiana, didn't he. I expected Trump to win it and I maintain my position strongly OUT of the Trump camp. I've been told that people like him because he is bombastic and will say things nobody else will say; they like him because he has his own money and nobody can buy him. My personal opinion is that he is a buffoon, a clown, and a reality TV candidate who has offered no real substantive solutions to anything other than "build a wall." Obviously we have no perfect candidate. But Trump is farther from perfect than most.
On a side note, I'm wondering how far in advance the ballots are printed? Mike Huckabee dropped out the first week of February, but he received 645 votes. Jeb Bush received over 2000 votes. Outside of early voting when your candidate may actually still be in the race, why would a person vote for someone who isn't even running?
Glenn Beck is predicting a brokered convention:
They are working on a brokered convention. Any sane leader of the party sees this is a two person race and asks the others to get out to bring us together. They are looking at a war on the floor! It could spill out further.. As I was listening to them and saw the loyalty oaths the party is along people take and the loyalty oath Trump made people take I couldn't stand it.
We are in real trouble, I'm afraid.
Political Clown Parade predicts Marco Rubio's presidential dream is over and I'm inclined to agree.
Stitch Fix: I'm still getting Stitch Fix boxes - three so far. I didn't blog the last one because I had to
|Photo from Stitch Fix.|
I have almost ten people who have signed up for Stitch Fix through my referral number, none of whom have ordered a box yet. If they all ordered a box then I'd have a $200 credit! Order a box for crying out loud! It only costs you $20 and that applies to the total shipped to you if you decide to keep anything in the box. If you hate it all, returning it could not be easier -- they include a prepaid mailer bag; just dump the clothes into the bag and drop in a mailbox.
Spring Projects: We have ripped up the carpet in the living and dining rooms and have a guy coming to give an estimate on refinishing our hardwood floors. I'm also going to get estimates on good quality laminate. I will always have dogs and dogs and carpet do not go together. In fact, after pulling up this carpet, I can tell you that I will never have carpet again! Can't wait to get the rest of it out of here. If you know someone good who either does refinishing or installs laminate, let me know. If you have experience with either or recommendations of one over the other, let me know.
In other projects we have trimmed five crepe myrtle trees, refreshed the mulch under the magnolia tree, pulled the pine straw out of the azalea beds and put down new mulch, and started weeding the back beds. There is still a lot to do outside but I don't have Spring Break for three more weeks (and it'll probably rain and be cold that entire week, as is my luck.)
I'm going to head out and get some work done outside before the coming deluge and then spend the afternoon with Cammie. My procrastinating must come to an end.