It’s been another long day, but the extended weekend plans are done. I’m sunburnt, wounded from splinters and other various activities, and tired, but I did have a good time with family. I’d almost be afraid to know how sunburnt I’d be if I hadn’t been wearing sunscreen. I’d certainly been more wounded if I … Continue reading Another day down
Because of my day tomorrow, I must not linger tonight. I just hope I can sleep. I'm terrified of waking up at 2 in the morning because I've thrown myself off schedule and not being able to sleep. Oh well. If that happens, I'll deal with it. I wish I was getting more writing done. … Continue reading Dream journal?
Merlin’s barking – can everyone hear him?
I worked in the heat of the sun to till the land for my garden. That was some work. Since then, I feel like I haven't been able to cool down. Plus I have a headache. Dumb. Now, I'm sitting outside now that the sun has set and getting some writing done. It's very nice, … Continue reading Merlin’s barking – can everyone hear him?
There are so many stories. It depressed me a little. I went looking for the manuscripts I was planning on going to next and saw so many uncompleted stories, or stories that had been started but were in shreds for one reason or another. It makes me half wonder if I should triage and start … Continue reading Finding stories
The office is open for play!
I dusted and moved back into my office today. Even though I call it my "office," it's really the room where I do my writing. I don't call my writing "work" if I can help it. Writing and painting are fun creative acts that I enjoy, not work. Publishing, getting the creativity out to the … Continue reading The office is open for play!
Progress – July 9, 2018
My 4th of July started at 6:30 a.m. It didn't end until 1:30 a.m. on July 5th. With the exception of sharing meals with my boys and all of us playing Legendary (where we finally managed to beat Thanos!), I spent the entire day getting ready for Salt Lake Gaming Con. Just so many little … Continue reading Progress – July 9, 2018