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Making time . . .

May 14, 2022

The ‘in-house editor’ decided her office wasn’t suitable. It was ‘too dark’ and I ‘had a better view’, was the claim — well, she was looking at the back of my head! So in amongst finding time to listen to the new Nash audio, writing the seventeenth, and the editing and revision work on the fourth in the Cowgill Family Saga, I stopped work. With help from my step-daughter we moved her desk. Is she happy? Guess! Now she has to walk to the printer instead of turning her chair, and it’s further to the bathroom, kitchen, and to answer the door . . . I’m going back to work!

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