Technology hates me.
Call me irrational, but this is my truth. Something was broken on the new website yesterday and I don’t even know enough to know why it wasn’t working. Fortunately, my job is to write. I leave the technology to those much smarter than me. With apologies to those of you who tried to read this post yesterday and gratitude to website administrator Kathy Richards and web master David Allen, I give you what you were unable to see yesterday…
Change, they say, is a necessary thing. A good thing. And while I have been told as much from my parents to my wife to friends and even my children, I have to admit that change is something that’s never settled well with me. I am the sort of person who enjoys a good deal of constancy. I enjoy routine, however bland it may be. My motto has always been a simple one: if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
But I’ve learned a little over the years (a very little, if you ask some), and part of what I’ve learned is that a portion of change here and there isn’t so bad. Is, in fact, good. And while I’ve grown quite fond of my little corner of cyberspace through the years, maybe it was time to do some sprucing up. Add some things, take a way a few more. Get that front porch shiny.
So feel free to take a look around and see what’s new. (If you click on the “Home” button it will take you to the landing page, then you can mosey around from there.) I’ll see you back here soon with some new stories and news of my upcoming book.