What shall we talk about?
I've been trying to fix my computer. Not only that but I have killed more websites than shooting ducks at a gallery. My many words have crashed them.
Driving up the Columbia River Gorge a week ago I saw green dripping from sheer cliffs. There is a tree in our neighborhood that has little sprouts coming from its trunk and they, too, are in blossom—little puffs of pink stair-stepping up the trunk. It just couldn’t help itself.
Just this day I got my manuscript Song of Africa onto a website. With enough tries even a technologically inept person can do it. For the ones who asked, and those interested I am offering Song of Africa Free to my blog readers only. (Forty years in the making, cast of, well a dozen or so.)
Oh my goodness, I just found it goes to the place left it..
I wonder if that work for you.
If you have problems, please let me know.
I don't know how long I will leave this site live, so if you want to read it at your leisure, please grab it. If you prefer a PDF file email me.
P.S. Peaches checked in on www.dogblogbypeaches.blogspot.com