… so who has time to write and blog? I feel good and lazy at the same time. An author coach I have talked to insists that a writer writes everyday. I think that I must not be a “writer”; I just have opinions that I like to write down, and share with others, because it is so easy to share in the blogosphere and twitterverse and all that.  I can even publish a book at no cost, and get it listed on Amazon— go there and search on “David Wright Cascade”, and then you can look inside too.

 

 
So, here I am on vacation in Nova Scotia, going to sight-see in Halifax and Peggy's Cove over the next few days, then head to Antigonish for the Highland Games, then off to Cape Breton for the Cabot Trail and Louisbourg.

 

 
And when I get home, I have about 18 hours to turn around and fly to Dallas for a session with the client's for the project I am working on, which I am looking forward to. I only wish the Rangers were on a homestand while I am there.

 

 
So that's where I am… I really do want to produce a second edition of Cascade, and blog about it, but it's summer etc etc …

 

 
..but stay tuned, the tide may be turning…
 
 

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