So my most recent dilemma involves virtual space. I simply don’t have enough! Since I started this blog, I’ve been filling it up with Daily Prompts and a ton of photos. Some of them good and some of them not so good.
Well now I find myself in a whole new state and want to write about it. Yet, WordPress is telling my that I’ve used up most of the free space I had. I can buy more of course, but I just don’t have that in the budget right now.
I thought about creating a new blog and just switching over, but then figured out I’d lose all of the current followers that have been so gracious in clicking that button and following along. I don’t want that to happen and lose everyone!
So I’ve decided to go back and delete, yes I said delete, a big chunk of old stuff. Like I said, it’s mostly Daily Prompt and old photos. It probably won’t be missed – except by spammers who constantly try to get me to post their links on here.
Anyhow, I’m going to free up some space and just wanted to let you know what was going on. I’m going to change the look a bit, maybe pick out a new theme and stuff, and then get back to writing my Not-So-Random Thoughts of Florida Girl…from Montana. :)
Stay Tuned ….
This week’s photo challenge is all about refraction.
Today’s Daily Prompt: In Transit
Train stations, airport terminals, subway stops: soulless spaces full of distracted, stressed zombies, or magical sets for fleeting, interlocking human stories?
My new backyard in Montana.
My opinion is that they can be a little bit of both depending on where you are, what time it is, and who else is traveling.
Since mid September, I have done a lot of traveling. We started in Florida and made it to Montana. We’ve been all over Montana and just this past weekend I flew to Seattle. I’ve experienced plenty of fellow travelers.
In most cases, they were pleasant and full of great stories…especially this weekend at the Child Ambassador conference. However, I did see a few zombies roaming around the airport terminals completely distracted by their own troubles.
All of this moving around has been pretty strange for me but an adventure at the same time. It’ weird to live somewhere other than Florida. This coming winter should be interesting since we planned on Seattle weather and not Montana snow. Nonetheless, it falls under the “adventure” theme quite well and I look forward to having my first “white” Christmas.
Well. I guess that’s all I have time to write today. I know it’s not much but we have to get new driver’s licenses today and register our new truck at the DMV. I also need to do a change of address at about a million other places.
I have a lot of stuff to change… Oh well, just part of the adventure.