So, did everybody say goodbye to Daylight Savings Time? I know I kind of did...'nt. I have three clocks in my house that need to jump forward and, as of right now, they have yet to jump. The electronic clocks, my phone, my tablet, the computers? They've already moved into the future. Did it really effect me that much? Not really, other than the fact that it's going to get darker an hour earlier. I hate that. But, being semi-retired and home for most days, I don't think that's going to bother me. This morning, after my alarm went off, I slept in for an additional 30 minutes, so you could say that I'm half way there.
The store was busy when I got there yesterday, but then it slowed down. I managed to get a measure. That should keep management happy. I hit my sales goal for the week. Interesting little fact. My sales are on $10K shy of one of the full time specialists, so either I'm really good, or he's really bad. I'll let you decided.
While I'm working through the final draft of The Body in Motion, I've already taken numerous notes on the next book, tentatively called The Body in History (I think Dave suggested that title). I can tell you that it's going to be set in Greece (History), and it's looking like it's probably going to be dealing with identity theft, of course how I have no idea how that's going to play out. For those who don't know, this is how it works: know your ending and then build backwards. Never lay your foundation without knowing what the building is going to look like when it's finished.
So, when I told people it was the colors in my new granite countertop than it was the pattern, some of them gave me an odd look; surely you want a beautiful pattern. Nope. Who cares about the pattern if the colors don't coordinate with the backsplash. I think these colors go well.