Meander 1 - Typing in the dark. The switch controlling the lights in my study broke. Of course this had to happen on Sunday when no one in their right mind would call an electrician. I have managed to light the area where I write things by hand but the computer is nearly in the dark. It's not the screen, that's bright enough. It's the keyboard that's in the dark. I've found a solution. They laughed at Christmas when I won the strange LED little light but it has come in handy once again. Typing goes slower than I would like but it does happen and for that I'm glad. Perseverance is part of what one must do to become a published author.
Meander 2 - Traded Easter baskets for the grandchildren for hard boiled decorated eggs. Sounds silly but for me there's nothing like children dyed eggs at Easter. Oldest granddaughter agrees and says "It's no fun dying eggs when you're older." Had a great visit with the kids though. Enjoy them a lot.
Meander 3 - Finally figured where I went wrong while writing the third episode of the Alternate Egypt world stories. Am back on track and now ready to go forward. One problem is that I won't have anything new to read at critique. Not a problem for me but could be for the others. I may not have anything to read next week either but I am pleased with how the story is going. Melodic Dreams is with the editor and hopefully I'll soon have it back for edits. Hope I didn't miss too many problems.