Social Media is a constant diary of our lives. Often I find it difficult to blog about doing anything else other than writing, because I rarely find my personal adventures exciting enough, and I keep my philosophical thoughts (including politics) mostly too myself. It was suggested yesterday I even chronicle my conflicts with all of the spiders that lurk near my writing station. (My office is right next to the back door and cellar. I’m in a high-traffic spider zone). Here’s a glimpse of what my life looked like yesterday.
A week ago, I stepped on a roadkill squirrel while delivering mail in Jerome. I didn’t even see it. Honestly, I’m only assuming it was roadkill, because after all, how many squirrels does a person actually step on? So Facebook has become the place to share squirrel stuff.
I’ve been using Snapchat a little, mainly screwing around with their filters.
I think this is me. 🙂
With this result….
I’ll be at the Buhl Public Library a week from today…
And my most exciting moment of the day…
I just flicked a spider off the curtain. It bounced off the window and *almost* into my lap. I pulled a leg muscle leaping out of my chair.
— G.S. Wright (@GarthSWright) September 30, 2016
Oh… and writing?
I edited 2,880 words and wrote an additional 671 words on a book I’m finishing up under a pen name.