I have to go to the eye doctor on Tuesday, and will probably be there all morning. But I want my blog not to fail that day, so I have tried to schedule posts to appear that morning.
This is harder than it looks, because if I click the wrong thing, or forget a step, the post intended for Tuesday morning will be published now instead. I was also talking with Susan on the phone while I was trying to do this.
So, here I am, trying to set a hymn, Wonderful Words of Life, for publication Tuesday morning, and I had the hubris to say, “I’m getting to be a wiz at this.” Yep, all I had to do was load the hymn onto the mouse, come back to my own site, set up a page for the new post, and click “Paste,” and it’s showtime–!
Only instead of the hymn, I’ve got the hamster video from last night. The hamsters are not singing the hymn.
Back to Youtube. Load the hymn again. Back here, unload, and publish the post–except I missed a step, and so the hymn is published now instead of Tuesday.
Multi-tasking is not for everyone. It’s certainly not for me. Nevertheless, I have to resort to it occasionally.
So if you’re here Tuesday morning, spare a thought for how freakin’ hard it was to get there.