Today we took the kids to the local educational farm. You know, milking cows, seeing baby goats, petting critters, and riding the poor ponies till their legs fall off.
It vaguely reminds me of the Adam LaRoche scandal thing that we're all supposed to think is important right now. I haven't been following it, but short description: the guy gets told his kid can't spend so much time in the clubhouse, so dad walks away from an umpteen million dollar contract.
I can go for that. After all, I quit the cubicle farm so I could see my kids grow up. And though, yes, having no money coming in gets tight at times, I still regret nothing.
Speaking of income, I've been spending a lot of time lately on the business jambalaya front. In retrospect, I should have done that a long time ago, but now it needs to be in place so I can actually publish and sell books. Oops on me.
Got to get in some time with an accountant and/or legal expert and get that sorted out by next week I'm hoping.
The other big thing is that I've taken the plunge and gotten a pinterest account set up. You can find a link to that on the blog, or there's also a tab under my facebook account. And, hey, why not, here's a direct link as well. https://www.pinterest.com/edmundlloydflet/
I've been working hard on it (19 boards and almost 400 pins) and I think there are a lot of things that will add a lot of value for you guys, so check that out sometime.
Well, it is St Patrick's day, and it smells like my corned beef and blarney is about ready, so I'll sign off for now.
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