I decided to do it, almost. I learned about this special day to unplug from Jane of http://www.planejaner.com. We don’t have TV service, so unplugging our computer was more deprivation than we wished for. We watched the news and listened to lots of preaching, Charles Stanley, Joel Osteen, David Jeremiah, Joyce Meyer, Adrian Rogers, David Uth of First Baptist Orlando, Florida, Jack Graham of Prestonwood, Plano, Texas, all on our computer. (This is what we always do. Have I mentioned that my husband is a preacher? He is retired now and struggles with Alzheimer’s, but he hasn’t lost his enthusiasm for the Lord or the Bible.) I disconnected myself from blogging and social network only.
The time I usually spend blogging gave me opportunity to watch a movie with my husband. We watched The Firm with Tom Cruise. The movie was great, as was the book, which I read years ago. Suspense is the genre. I like suspense. My hubby likes it not so much, but he kept me company anyway.
The best thing I accomplished with my extra time was tackling revisions on my manuscript. I’ve neglected my WIP for a long time. Perhaps I’d lost confidence in it, but having reviewed and revised several chapters, I am encouraged once again.
This afternoon I’m back, but I cannot catch up. I will start with emails dated March 6. Please, forgive me if I missed a good post by any of my blogger friends. Thank you all for understanding.