Just some artsified Colorado fields

Once again, I’m busy.

And, of course, the Block Editor chooses this moment to mess with me. It took me four tries before I was able to upload the above photo, and that’s only after killing the browser window, reopening it up, delete the draft, and create a new draft.

It’s no use reporting it because this is not something I can reproduce at will, and it’s not something they’re going to see if I contact the Help Desk.

So, I silently curse the Block Editor and move on.

Anyway, as the title says, these are various high desert fields photographed during one of my many photo drives.

I should be working on some posts . . . scratch that; I should be writing about Wrath since the story is due by Friday.

I’m debating not posting an entry because I’m having trouble motivating myself for this challenge. The Twins, on the other hand, are apparently writing up a storm.

I have lots of ideas for other stories, but when it comes to the SDS Challenge, it’s just not clicking.

Anyway, I had a few minutes and didn’t want to start on other stuff but I figured I could maybe spend them minutes playing with some photos and scheduling a post for tomorrow (today, when you read this) before hitting the sack (last night). Confused? Don’t worry, that’s just the nature of scheduled posts. It’s a bit like time-travel . . . the verb tenses we have don’t adapt well.

I feel bad for failing my six loyal readers … actually, I’m not sure why I’m bragging; I’m fairly certain that — on a good day — I only have four loyal readers, and two are usually off doing something else.

Not that I’m complaining; when you don’t put in the effort, you can’t expect to reap the rewards.

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