Sunday, June 8, 2014

Sunday Salon ~ timeless prose?

Today, I remembered that I'm in the Central time zone, now that I've moved to St. Louis, so I changed this blog to reflect that.  However, Blogger went back and changed ALL of my nearly two thousand posts back an hour.  Wait!  No, no, that doesn't work!  Those I set to post just after midnight all these years now say they were posted an hour earlier, making them show up the day BEFORE they really posted.
Friday Book Beginnings ~ on Thursdays?
Throwback Thursday ~ on Wednesday?
Monday Mindfulness ~ on Sunday?
Sunday Salon ~ on Saturday?
Caturday ~ on Friday?
Tuesday Teaser ~ on Monday?
No way!  Just ... NO ... okay?  That means, the time stamp for this blog will continue to be Eastern time, even when I'm out of it.  I guess this means posts will show up an hour earlier than I write them.  Or something like that.  Go figure (if you can).


Listened to the audio while traveling to St. Louis
The Practice of the Presence of God ~ by Brother Laurence, published in 1692, read by Bob Tetreault, 2000, memoir, 8/10
Read this borrowed book in a couple of days
The Homesman ~ by Glendon Swarthout, 1988 (Afterword, 2014, by the author's son Miles Swarthout),  fiction (Nebraska), 8/10
Bloggers gather in the Sunday Salon — at separate computers in different time zones — to talk about our lives and our reading.


Susan Tidwell said...

I am amazed that you are able to keep on blogging whilst moving... I would be exhausted and unpacking and blogging would be the last thing on the ToDo list. But a clue in this post - maybe you have several posts all set to post at a predetermined time? I hope you are settling in and love your new digs.

Helen's Book Blog said...

Oh I have been away from the blogging community for far too long! I realize I am just not going to get through my feedly feed so I am visiting my favorite blogs to read and comment :-)

That's pretty funny about the time zone change. Good old Blogger.