‘Tis the season, once again, for Holidailies. And as usual, Richard and I were sucked deep into the black hole of Nanowrimo during November, so we were scrambling around to get everything set up in time for Holidailies registration to open, and then to get the site actually updated and ready for a new year. One of these years we will be far more prepared. Hah.
It seems silly somehow to introduce myself, since I’ve been doing this whole bloggy thing for nearly 15 years, but clearly, if one looks at the fact that I posted a dismal THREE times this entire year (and one of those was actually just an extension of last year’s Holidailies and involved an invasion of Daleks, because reasons), an introduction might actually be warranted.
Hi! I’m Jennifer. I live in a 100-year-old house in California with Richard and six cats. By day I do a lot of writing and data mining and occasionally some VBA coding, and dream wistfully of the time when I used to play with actual databases (although that was an awfully long time ago). By night (okay, by evening, because I am old and cranky and occasionally need sleep), I sing, or knit, or even sometimes I bake things which I then foist off on other people because calories must always be shared. As for this here online journal / blog / whatever it is the cool kids are calling it these days, I write about pretty much whatever I feel like (see above reference to the January Dalek invasion), which includes the topics mentioned above, plus other random things as they occur to me.
So welcome. Happy Holidailies. Let’s see if I can make it the whole month for a change!
‘Tis the season for Holidailies!
Hi from Holidailies!! Six kitties must keep you occupied! We had three, but one recently passed, so now we are down to two. I keep looking at kittens up for adoption so I have a feeling our cat number will increase soon…
Hah, really? I remembered to check on Holidailies on November 29 to see how late it was going to start this year and was all, “Hey, they were all set up on the 22nd? They’re so together!”
Thanks to you and Richard for making Holidailies a going concern again!