The Lark, Ascending.

It is only now becoming apparent how much has changed around these parts in the last year. Some of it has been dictated by circumstance, other bits are a consequence of hard work and application. 2018 is the year I learnt to love poetry, a format that was previously pretty much ignored. It begs the … Continue reading The Lark, Ascending.

Things We Lost in the Fire

Sometimes, I take things WAY too seriously. It's been like this for decades, too: it isn't just a mental shortcoming, either. I'd love to be able to say the wiring in my head is to blame, which means I'll often completely misinterpret signals. Yes, that happens, and there's comprehension as to why... but other times, … Continue reading Things We Lost in the Fire

In and Out

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIgxm039CYM I'd love to know how Normal Brains work. By that, a couple of assumptions are made: there are people who do not go through the mental turmoil I seem to cope with on a semi regular basis, and there are people who just write and everything comes out fine. Yes, I know you do editing … Continue reading In and Out

Paranoid Android

I have a problem with self-promotion. Things have improved over the last couple of years, but the whole 'sell yourself' thing is tough. It isn't just the British reserve either, far more significant worries from beginning to grasp there's been a lifetime of misinterpreting the signals of others in personal situations to assimilate first. Getting … Continue reading Paranoid Android

Don’t Dream It’s Over

This morning, a lot of things disappointed me. https://twitter.com/AlternativeChat/status/994871161153556481 Some of them I was able to put into words. Others were not as easily corralled. Absolutely the best thing that could have happened then did so and necessity forced body away from Social media completely to go do some important stuff with my daughter. It was … Continue reading Don’t Dream It’s Over

Building the Perfect Beast

I am beginning to see areas in my organisation and planning schedules that require improvement. One of them is having content ready before it needs to be published. This has meant a quite significant re-organisation of how things work and what is written at certain times of the week, leading to a provisioning of days … Continue reading Building the Perfect Beast

Falling Down

Yesterday, I put back my weightlifting ambitions by an indeterminate period of time. The injuries sustained to both hands and my left elbow won't be properly obvious until swelling has gone down, which could take up to a couple of weeks (knowing how my body reacts to these circumstances generally.) The fact this was my … Continue reading Falling Down