Yeah, I don’t know what it means either, but I figure if love is a battlefield, Twitter can be, too. Mostly admin stuff this morning, and I spent the afternoon following up with my two web development volunteers. That’s an adjustment. I’ve done the LPC web development essentially by myself for almost five years, and handing over tasks (and thus, control) are not easy for me, but delegating gives me more time to work on things like Twitter projects and other things I love. And I’m learning that when you lead volunteers, you still have to check on what they’re doing and give them feedback. And today, I had to write a set of instructions for one of my coordinator positions. It took most of the afternoon, but it was time well spent.
Linden and I started collaborating on a Twitter guide for our beginner friends. It’s long. And we’ve barely scratched the surface. It’s either going to be a huge blog post (or series) or it might morph into an eBook, which would be cool. Hopefully, I can put in some time working on it tomorrow afternoon.
And the hubby Chris has a blog. He’s been working on it all week. He’s so cute! It’s hosted on a subdomain of SarahJoAustin.com, so until we get him a real domain name, I won’t tell you how to find it (it’s not ready anyway). But I can’t wait for you to read it!
And something else happened that was awesome, but it’s not completely finished. Let’s just say that someone who is pretty important in the online world and I have been emailing about a project. Hopefully, I’ll have more tomorrow about that!