Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Running Out of Time

Alas, I really hate this, but I must announce that I will not be publishing anything more here until [The Crackerhead Chronicles] audible book project is fully ready to upload to YouTube.  For I am trying to upload each crumb/chapter on the corresponding day (such as The First Crumb was uploaded on the first of January, The Second on the second) and here I sit on the ninth of January with only the tenth and eleventh crumbs ready for their day to come.

No, it really shouldn’t be all that much of a problem.  For it is not like I regularly publish epic pieces that take hours to produce, but it did take me over 12 hours to get The Eleventh Crumb ready to upload yesterday, which made for close to a 16-hour day with all of the other things added in.

I am sorry, but I also consider sleeping, eating, visiting with Arlynda and playing with our varmints to be important.  Therefore, something had to go for the time being.

Yes, The Crackerhead Chronicles audible book project really is important—even if very few realize it at this time.  For it is not just an abbreviated account of my life so far.  In fact, it is much more about our Heavenly Father being at work in the life of someone since in the womb.

No, my story is not extraordinarily special.  That is, at least not any more so than everyone else’s story, and this is what should be so interesting about it.  For I do not start really talking about our Heavenly Father’s participation in my daily life until He started making Himself real to me, which can be found in the last two crumbs.

So, at least the first eighteen crumbs should be considered relatively safe for those who do not consider themselves to be very religious.  Hey, there is even some stuff that those who consider themselves as being “spiritual” might really like.  Although, it will probably be more appealing to those who favor the new-age over the old.

Hopefully, The Crackerhead Chronicles (along with the rest of the books that can be read on FishHawk Droppings) will become as much of a treasure to all who are learning just who our Heavenly Father really is as it is to me.  Please, do not take that as being egotistical.  For in the same way as my life is not really my own, neither is the story of it.  In other words, it has all come from our Heavenly Father.

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  1. Jerry - nothing more here? Or just this day? I'll miss you.

  2. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Sandie!!! No, It will only be until I get the audible book project ready to upload, which will be done before the 20th of this month, I hope.

  3. Well, hurry back! I do know the horrors of trying to complete things lately though, especially on the computer. GOOD luck to you!

  4. Best of luck in your important project.

  5. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Karen!!! It has went pretty well today so far. So, I hope it won't take as long as I am afraid of.

  6. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Lisa!!! Wow, it has been quite a while. I hope you-all are doing well, and I'll be over to check on what is going on in your direction as soon as I can.

  7. I wish you the same as the others, Good luck with your project, we'll catch up with you soon!
    Janet :)

  8. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Janet!!! Well, I am fairly encouraged right now, which means that another disaster is about to strike. (LOL?)

  9. Fish?? Fish????! FISH!!!!

    I'm standing here waiting for you to pick me up for the Sunday drive....and I don't see you. I'm getting cold and my feet are wet....

    FIIIIISSSSHHHHHH!!! Where are you????!

  10. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Lin!!! I probably won't be hauling anyone anywhere for another week. For I have a habit of doing things much harder than they have to be.


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