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April 2nd, 2018
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Middling March
Lots of things in progress for March, a few more projects started, but not much of anything got finished, as shown below. And that includes winter, if the snowfall due tomorrow is any indication! Art projects wound up getting put on hold because most of what I want to do requires a less-elderly computer or time I can't spare. I'm pleased that I made fantastic progress with Geren book 4, getting pass 1 finished and pass 2 started.

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...


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