Quickly, Quickly!

Just thought I’d jot down a few things that have been happening recently/things I’ve been thinking about and make it a blog post. Yep, this is happening.

  • I have once again put the novel on hold because I had a breakthrough idea for the final (as of right now) piece for my little collection.
  • I hope I can actually put said collection out in e-book format soon. And by soon I mean, like, within the next couple of months.
  • Phew! That’s a big deal — letting actual people, strangers, read my work!
  • My lover enlightened me about my artwork. Instead of focusing so much on what I think other people want to see from me, I should be painting/drawing what I want to see from me and if someone else enjoys it too, yippee! If not, I’m still creating things I am proud of, and that’s what really matters. This is one of the billions of reasons I love him so much. 🙂
  • I know so many incredibly talented people, and it inspires me so much.
  • I am still terribly sad about the loss of Thaddeus, but I’m okay. I feel it deeply at night when I’m so used to seeing him wheeling and rubbing his sweet little nose through the bars of his cage. I still can’t really look at photos of hedgehogs or anything, but I’m getting there.
  • On a lighter note, I don’t think my psychiatrist knows what a hedgehog is because he kept calling him “your dog”. By the end of the visit, I just quit trying to correct him, but instead just smile and nod. XD
  • I am so stupidly, ridiculously excited for Animal Crossing: New Leaf. I’ve been counting down the days like a kid at Christmas. I don’t think I’ve been this excited for anything in a very, very long time, and I don’t quite know if that’s sad or not. BTW, my AC:NL blog is Ealanta Crossing.

Okay. I am very tired (it’s 5:07AM) and my butt really hurts from sitting in this chair for hours, so I’m gonna end this now. Smell ya later.

Quickly, Quickly!

Just thought I’d jot down a few things that have been happening recently/things I’ve been thinking about and make it a blog post. Yep, this is happening.

  • I have once again put the novel on hold because I had a breakthrough idea for the final (as of right now) piece for my little collection.
  • I hope I can actually put said collection out in e-book format soon. And by soon I mean, like, within the next couple of months.
  • Phew! That’s a big deal — letting actual people, strangers, read my work!
  • My lover enlightened me about my artwork. Instead of focusing so much on what I think other people want to see from me, I should be painting/drawing what I want to see from me and if someone else enjoys it too, yippee! If not, I’m still creating things I am proud of, and that’s what really matters. This is one of the billions of reasons I love him so much. 🙂
  • I know so many incredibly talented people, and it inspires me so much.
  • I am still terribly sad about the loss of Thaddeus, but I’m okay. I feel it deeply at night when I’m so used to seeing him wheeling and rubbing his sweet little nose through the bars of his cage. I still can’t really look at photos of hedgehogs or anything, but I’m getting there.
  • On a lighter note, I don’t think my psychiatrist knows what a hedgehog is because he kept calling him “your dog”. By the end of the visit, I just quit trying to correct him, but instead just smile and nod. XD
  • I am so stupidly, ridiculously excited for Animal Crossing: New Leaf. I’ve been counting down the days like a kid at Christmas. I don’t think I’ve been this excited for anything in a very, very long time, and I don’t quite know if that’s sad or not. BTW, my AC:NL blog is Ealanta Crossing.

Okay. I am very tired (it’s 5:07AM) and my butt really hurts from sitting in this chair for hours, so I’m gonna end this now. Smell ya later.

Poet-Themed Questions

Dante: Where would you go for an epic adventure?
William Shakespeare: Favorite thing about language or writing?
Robert Burns: What part of your home are you most proud of?
William Blake: Are you religious? Spiritual? Atheist? Agnostic?
Alfred Tennyson: Who is your hero?
Elizabeth Barrett Browning: What would your dream love be like?
John Keats: What inspires you?
Edgar Allan Poe: What do you have nightmares about?
Walt Whitman: Where is your favorite place to be outdoors?
Dorothy Parker: Favorite way to jazz things up?
Robert Frost: How do you comfort yourself when you’re down?
Sylvia Plath: What do you hope to achieve in your lifetime?

Poet-Themed Questions

Dante: Where would you go for an epic adventure?
William Shakespeare: Favorite thing about language or writing?
Robert Burns: What part of your home are you most proud of?
William Blake: Are you religious? Spiritual? Atheist? Agnostic?
Alfred Tennyson: Who is your hero?
Elizabeth Barrett Browning: What would your dream love be like?
John Keats: What inspires you?
Edgar Allan Poe: What do you have nightmares about?
Walt Whitman: Where is your favorite place to be outdoors?
Dorothy Parker: Favorite way to jazz things up?
Robert Frost: How do you comfort yourself when you’re down?
Sylvia Plath: What do you hope to achieve in your lifetime?