Changes — In My Posting Schedule and in Technology

Today was the day I planned to make my first travel post, describing my accessibility experiences in Madrid Spain.

But I still need to go back through the books I bought during my trip. I wouldn't want to identify people and places incorrectly. I do want to research accessibility laws in Spain. Teaser: I was impressed, and I want to look into whether the standards are as consistent as they seemed.

Why haven't I done the above in the two weeks since my last post? Because I have a job outside of writing. Okay, okay, also, there were times in the last two weeks when I could have researched instead of watching TV. I chose TV.

Regardless of the reasons, my travel post wasn’t ready today. Yet, as you can see, I posted. This is a cheat post. It comes with a treat though. I'm way into this 60 Minutes segment. It's about technological research and development going on at MIT. Several of the projects highlighted could benefit people with disabilities.

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In my other two posts, this is where I wrote, “See you in two weeks." This time will be different. From now on, I plan to post here monthly, so that when I have a travel post in the works. I have more time to give it depth. I also need to spend more time revising my novel manuscript. Since I started this blog, the time I would have spent on my novel, I've spent on drafting, designing, and posting on this page.

I'm going to keep this blog going. If you're reading this, I'm assuming you want to read what I write. This blog lets me give you content regularly. It also gives me another opportunity to connect with you. The downside is, while I'm hanging out here, you can't read a novel I haven't released, or a short story. I haven't written. So expect another post from me on May 26th. I'm excited to tell you more and to unveil a new banner design. In the meantime, if you haven't done so already, subscribe to my blog using the form in the right-hand sidebar.