…did IQs drop while I was away, am I on the right mix of medications for my issues, or maybe…I’m finally mature. Honestly, I’d prefer to the first two-it makes me wonder how much I still needed to grow up and didn’t until the last few years. But…better late than never. Did my second day … Continue reading My Academia Joys
Tonight’s post was going to be on issues with stories. Instead, I’m having to clean my dog and wash down the street because she got hit by a skunk. It wasn’t bad, but it’s still That Smell and now I’m going to be worried for a few hours and hope that she doesn’t have some … Continue reading Skunked!
With school coming up, I”m trying to figure out how many things I can get done…especially since I have quite a bit of writing and document creation to do. And, my school will be going for remote learning at least three weeks (I won’t have to commute at least…), so that means I have some … Continue reading The Process of Projects
I finished a whole chapter of The Winter Solist, and that was interesting. I am worried it might be a little too meta, but that’s what happens when you deal with the Fair Folk. I’ve got at least one potential intership/project for my degree program. And, I went comic book shopping and got nothing at … Continue reading Well, That Escalated Quickly
I could do the math on that, but I won’t. It’d be discouraging in all the bad sorts of ways. Not a lot of writing done, not a lot of other stuff done. It was mostly errands and small chores and dealing with a damp, cold day today. Never really warmed up, never really changed … Continue reading How Many Tuesdays Have I Had?
I’m back to school in a week. I hate with several burning passions the idea of being thankful for COVID, but San Francisco State is saying that I probably won’t have to attend physical classes until February 14th. If my math is right, that is one-fifth of my class time not having to wake up … Continue reading One More Week…
I got away from my computer and writing for a day. What I did was that I took the train down to one of the towns near us (San Rafael, btw) and walked around for about four hours, just exploring one of (if not the) main street there. It’s kind of disappointing to realize that … Continue reading Escaping For A While
I’m still trying to figure out how to fix some things in The Winter Solist, and those problems are the usual problems due to my style of “checkpoint” writing. And, it seems like today was also a day where every time I thought I was going to get to writing, something happened, and I had … Continue reading Where Does My Writing Go?
Everybody has the things that make it hard for them to leave the store, the market, or the various other places. I wonder, seriously, if one of the biggest signs of old age is that you aren’t tempted anymore. You start to see the liabilities and the issues of these things. Or maybe just my … Continue reading On Resisting Temptations
So, I put in my final payment to go back to school, get my degree, and with a degree in hand…maybe get a job that doesn’t require me to say “do you want fries with that?”. And, this may be the first time I’ve ever been grateful for the damned Crow Flu. The first three … Continue reading Back To School Days
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