State of the Now, New Feature, Same News

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New Feature

A while back, I read about folks adding a Now page to their sites. Will hat tip the source if I can remember/find it.

“So a website with a link that says “now” goes to a page that tells you what this person is focused on at this point in their life. For short, we call it a “now page”. nownownow.com: about

I didn’t see the need.

“In 2020, I am still trying to achieve the things I was trying to achieve in 2010.” [Not Rising To The Challenge]

A while after that, a reader who knows me IRL (waveshi) asked to be reminded what Rodney is up to.

Perfectly reasonable question.

Eventhough there is not much to report, I can’t expect people who are not me to remember every detail of my life.

So I have added a Now page. Will update each month even if the message doesn’t change.

Same News

Text of new page. Dated 10 August because posts are written & scheduled the day before.

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Do I need a now page? On one hand, my gears are jammed firmly in neutral. OTOH, status quo is still an update.

Now, as of 10 August

Both horses continue to be closer to pasture ornaments than the busy show horses they were hired to be. A negative way to start off a summary. It is what it is.

Within that framework …

Now that Virtual Tevis is over we are trying to stay with pre-breakfast rides to beat the heat.

Rodney is going to tiny shows.

We hope to get Milton back to driving.

I’m taking the occasional saddle seat lesson to get off the property, talk to three-dimensional people, & enjoy the horses.

From a housekeeping perspective, everyone fat & happy. Well, Rodney could use a few pounds, but is shiny and happy.

Till next month.

===fini (French)===

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Onwards!
Katherine

3 thoughts on “State of the Now, New Feature, Same News

  1. Thank you for the update. As you said (especially for us non-horse people) the details do get fuzzy over time. A step back to the bigger picture gives us a better perspective.

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