Hemingway said one should write drunk and edit sober. I have a thought on that. One should edit while rested and strong.
The 'goof' that I spoke of yesterday was not a goof at all. It was the product of exhaustion. Thankfully, I recognized that I was too tired to make any changes. That saved the whole work. Saved me from having to undue anything I might have done.
The ages are fine. The world changed when my heroine was born, that's true. But I didn't have to add her brother's age to hers. He was born seven years later. That didn't make her twenty-one. That made her fourteen. *g*
As for today, I went to a social media workshop sponsored by Skyline Writers. The presenter was very good. She realized that most of us were there to figure out how to 'make' a website. She had us all log onto WordPress and create a blog there, and then from that website, we were able to create a website.
However -- I am not impressed with WordPress and its blog. It seems, and I might be wrong about this, that the only way to get my blog to look the way I want it to, is to pay.
Here at blogspot, I've created a blog that I'm truly proud of. I love the mountain background. I love the columns on either side. I love having the freedom (without paying) to change fonts and colors and such.
I love my blog. I'm glad you're here with me.
Life is smile-crackingly good.