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Switching the Blog Schedule to Biweekly

Lots of other writing to do!

This week's post is a short one:

The Owl is switching from weekly posts to every other week. (Biweekly, except isn't it weird that biweekly can also mean twice a week?) Randy's busy with work and his city council campaign; I want to free up writing time for other projects. I have several longer works in progress, and I'd like to try to finish those instead of using all my writing time on blog posts.

But never fear, I'll still be writing! Expect posts about a book on parking (far more interesting than you might expect!), this year's garden harvest, how we prepped our bees for winter, reflections on having a regular blog for three years, and more!

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