Snowstorm Jupiter, that is. (Why are we naming snowstorms?) This dropped a foot of snow here in Portland, where I'm told they haven't seen this much snow since 1980. I haven't left the house since Tuesday afternoon, even here in the middle of the city. Things are looking very snowy and icy and it's quite cold. FedEx not only did not update our tracker today on the books, now the "delivery January 12" has been replaced with a "no scheduled delivery date available," so I am left to assume it has been delayed on the road with the trucks that have been turned away from the area due to the lack of snow removal and the number of abandoned cars, etc.
I come from a place where a foot of snow is annoying but won't shut things down. (We'd need three or four for that). So this is strange to me, but I can't control the weather. As soon as the Daybooks arrive for all you lovely backers, the shipping will commence. However, right now I can't tell you if that will be tomorrow or Saturday or Monday or when - there is no data that FedEx can give me other than that the many boxes left the printer on January 5. Very frustrated. I'll update as soon as I have more news.
In other news I am putting together the Kickstarter campaign for the companion calendar planner/perpetual calendar project. Are there any specific perks you'd like to see me include with that project? Pass them along now and maybe I can get it started before the week is out!
Thanks for your patience with our wintry mess.