For the past couple of days, I decided yesterday was when I began – to revamp my diary/journal a little bit. In the past couple of weeks, with some of my stimulus money, I broke down and bought the Home/Student 2019 version of Microsoft Office, where I do not have to worry about a yearly subscription. Please don’t worry because I still use Mac’s Pages, Numbers, and Keynote – on my phone or iPad. When I use Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, I can export them into Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for those who use Microsoft. Now I use Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, and Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. I have used PowerPoint for watching presentations on my computer when I look at my weekly Bible study. It does pay to have Microsoft Office at times. When it comes to making sure that my entries in my journal and blogs, I will be using Grammarly to fix any errors and sentences so that my words flow effortlessly over the screen while others read. What I share in my journal with others, so I want my words to be truthful, understood by others, and when necessary, to the point.
I have a lot to say right now, but it isn’t available to write one entry in my journal this morning.
I have dialysis day as my dialysis weekend has ended. I will have more details on how dialysis went when I got home and settled. Also, I will have worship with my boyfriend. If I begin to write what I want to say, I will not be able to finish where I left off at a later time. When I write, I want to start until I finish. I will tell you the topics I want to talk about: politics, Burbank Plaza, My Weekend, Memorial Day, Life in General, and My Devotional Time With God
Each point will go in their respective places when I write to them as I have created pages for the topics I want to talk about/write. As far as the format goes on, Dear Diary/WordPress goes, I will be keeping the layout. I just needed to change how I was writing in my journal again, knowing that I go from one thing to another in a way that can be confusing to myself and the readers of my public diary. Also, whenever Bing Crosby the Cat needs or wants my attention, I put everything down. That is my laptop computer, phone, or iPad that laid down. Bing takes priority over what I am doing – whatever I am doing.
Yes, Bing and I have what I call “mommy and Bing time.” I wouldn’t have it any other way as Bing is getting older. He is fourteen years old and will be fifteen in June – on the 18th.
I have to for now and do other things before leaving for the dialysis center. I hope everyone has a good rest of the morning or evening – depending wherever you are in the world. It is morning here, and a new day has begun for me at 5 AM CST. Boy, do I have a lot to say/write today, and I will probably not get to all the topics I mentioned because dialysis can wipe me out on Tuesdays because of my dialysis weekend, two days of not being dialyzed. I have to wait and see how things go.