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These past couple months have been… ridiculous. Between being stuck in the middle of an enormous work project that seems to have no end, me being as sick as a dog for weeks on end, I’m now fighting my laptop from trying to bite the big one. As an added bonus, my last release did not go smoothly.
The release of The Matilda, Episode 3 was troublesome. Everything appeared to go properly for it to only end up as a mess. And I will give props to the Amazon tech team as they worked with me daily to get it corrected. It took quite a few days for the whole process, but they kept me in the loop until the end. I appreciate that quite a bit.
And I know, I know. No one wants to hear about the job. It’s one of those necessary parts of life that most of us have to deal with. But you know what? I am going to briefly mention it because this project I have been slogging through for months has completely killed my interest in looking at a computer screen by the time my workday is over. While there is light at the end of this thing, it aint over yet.
On top of that, my very old pc is trying to give up the ghost. It and I (me and it?) have been battling almost daily with keeping it running so I can keep doing this whole writing activity. Those fights, along with everything else, have taken it out of me.
And lastly, I’m hip deep into my fourth week of illness and it sucks. I ran two obstacle course races while dealing with this nonsense and it definitely robbed a lot of the fun out of them. Luckily, I think I’m finally on the way out of this and I can’t wait! Good God, I can’t wait.
You know what, though? Even with all of that, I finally got this post done after struggling with everything. And progress is progress… right?