We always start with the best of plans. We went to Church at the Gretna UMC. They only have one service, 9:30 a.m. It is a nice little country Church and the people are friendly. Pastor Gary Main has visited Dan when he has had surgeries and he makes sure pastoral care is on the top of his list for serving the people. We are glad to be in such a Church family.
We drove to the VFW Post for Dan to print some paperwork. The Babe decided a burger was in order on the way home, and before you knew it, the clock read 3:00 p.m. We finished taking down the Christmas tree. The room looks bare, but now I have my recliner back in its rightful place. Ahhh!
I’m in off the ledge, folks, and don’t feel so overwhelmed. I found some software I’m experimenting with, called Pro Writing Aid. Has anyone ever used it? Let me know your thoughts. I used the software on a shorter book I’ve written, called “Grandpa’s Gone” It’s about when my grandfather died on Christmas Eve when I was twelve years old. It is something you can’t help but be remember every year. The software had some good suggestions for my book. It is one of several I hope to publish this year.
Between the software and the book I’m reading about structuring novels, it has set me back on the right track. I might request a trial of Pro Writing Aid and run my novel through it. It could point out a lot of beginners errors I have made. Helpful tools are out there, and I’ll use them every time they make sense. A person is never to old to learn something new. Or start something new. It’s my mantra. What is yours?
Have a nice evening and thank you for reading today. You know how I appreciate it. I’ll be here tomorrow and hope you are too.