So it looks like we’re averaging one blog post a month right now. I’d like to pick that number up a bit. So last time I wrote anything here, I dug pretty deep down into some of my anxieties. It was…very cathartic, and it probably started the ball rolling for me. Not long after my… Continue reading Big (Beneficial) Shifts
It’s a rather grey, cloudy day here in New Hampshire. I can see some bright blue sky peeking through here and there, but for the most part everything feels soft and drowsy. I don’t entirely mind – I’ve got a cup of hot Earl Grey, I’m listening to some quiet jazz, and I’m pondering where… Continue reading Supporting Actively
This blog has been a long time in coming, in large part because it turns out that I’m really quite good at ignoring my feelings, which came as quite a surprise. I’ve always considered myself to be very emotionally healthy; in touch with and comfortable expressing my softer side. Well it turns out that just… Continue reading Anxiety and the Future
So the first section of the binder (see the June 5th blog) I’ve decided to tackle is the Countries of the World portion! It’s been a nice way to ease back into the creative process, as most of what I write has little to know bearing on the narrative. I can always change and adapt… Continue reading SMERP.
Hello all six(plus?!) of you! Katie and I are back from our anniversary vacation and coinciding chest colds! Good stuff, good stuff. It actually was a very nice, albeit short, vacation. We stayed at a fantastic Japanese-style bed and breakfast (Ryokan), bathhouse and all, in rural Connecticut. It gave us time to decompress and relax,… Continue reading Back to the Grind (Slow, slow grind)
Hello Readers! If you’re anywhere near New England (which most of you are, if Social Media is correct), I hope you’ve been enjoying the lovely weather! Honestly, I prefer today’s 60-ish to last weeks 80-ish, but it’s been beautiful nevertheless. My last blog from a couple of weeks ago mentioned that I was just about… Continue reading I Never Want to Play an “Edgy” Game Again
How has Lulach’s favorite twin sister been holding up since he left for his grand adventure? Fine, probably. She’s really much more capable.