Time for the update on the last week of 2021. Yay. But I've been up since 2:30a, so bear with me.
I worked on editing five days out of seven this week. That got me 65 more pages edited. As of last night, I'm on page 181 of 355. Over halfway! Yay!
I finally got Dying Embers loaded to Draft 2 Digital. Just a few minutes ago. Links will be updated once a few distributors are on board and I can get a customized link. I set it at 99c. I also went back and changed the price of Wish in One Hand to 99c, too. Loss leaders for the rest of the series and all that. Trying to drum up sales, doncha know. (I'll do a sales wrap-up sometime this coming week.)
In reading news, I had an okay week, but I missed my yearly goal by 5 books. Derp. Ditto on the wrap-up thing here, too.
On the baking front, I made more cookies. Heh, like I need more cookies. And I made more granola bars for Hubs.
Speaking of not needing cookies, I didn't hardly do anything active last week. One day cutting limbs into firewood and two days messing around with the dirt in the front bed. The good-ish news is that I haven't really gained too much weight. Starting this year with 182.2 pounds. Only .6 pounds more than I started last year with. Woohoo.
Hmm, what else... Oh, I created 2022 versions of all my spreadsheets. I have some formulas to add for the big one, but the rest are ready to input data to. Yay.
Ancestry.com had a free week of searching through birth, marriage, and death records, so I did some of that. Discovered my cousin Gerald died last year. (Don't worry, we weren't close. My uncle got divorced from his mom and they were estranged. So I only saw him a couple times at the family reunion when I was a teen. Nice guy, though.) And that my poor little cousin William, who would've been older than my dad, only lived 13 days. Oh, and that my great-great uncle Cecil may have been a prisoner of war in WWII. Interesting stuffs. I also got farther up the tree in a couple spots where the family was still in Europe and those records were translated - like to a Great-great-great grandma whose maiden name was Grodzyski. (Already found one whose maiden name was Pruzinski.)
Oh, and I saw a big, beautiful bald eagle not far from the house. So pretty.
Anyway, not a lot of exciting stuff for the end of 2021. Pretty par for the course on that year. How did your last week of the year go?