Tax refunds made their most welcome appearance, which meant I got to purchase my long-anticipated new desktop and saw it delivered at the very end of the month. Also got rolling with a large, time-consuming project I've been wanting to start since a year ago. It requires a great deal of learning and will hopefully be somewhat presentable in June.
Mar 24 - First platelet donation of 2018
|Pass 1||Highlight/comment potential edits & revisions||COMPLETE!|
|Pass 2||Major edits and revisions||In Progress, 5% complete|
|Pass 3||Items missed in Pass 2, edit revisions||not yet started|
|Pass 4||Highlight/address bad habits and trouble spots||not yet started|
|Pass 5||Verbal read-through||not yet started|
|Pass 6||Thorough review with different font and page layout||not yet started|
|Pass 7||Final sweeps||not yet started|
As for April, that will be half a month at home, and half a month visiting family. Spring might eventually decide to show up, too! (Probably after I leave.) Work will start bringing some challenging projects and hopefully some finish lines (and celebrating?) with the big Canada implementations that have been spread out since last year. I hope to keep working at Geren book 4 pass 2 when time permits, but getting my new desktop up and running will be a big priority, and hopefully resuming some art projects as well. Whatever happens, I expect it will feel a very quick month and May will be breathing down my neck far too soon...