Before I start, please forgive the possible rambling nature of today’s post. In the last 5 days, I think I managed about 12 hours sleep, and I’ve been under a fair bit of stress. However, I don’t care- I’m now in a position that I can nearly call myself a semi-professional (ie unpaid and not called upon) writer.
There is absolutely nothing worse than giving up while writing, mid-way through a sentence. Well, there is worse things, when you think about it- the mass genocides during World War II, the fact that William Regal has never held a major championship, when a pizza place puts slightly more pepper than you can tolerate (yeah, you asked for jalapenos, big man- now you’ve got to suffer them!) Continue reading
I’m really sorry- I haven’t really given this blog the proper care and attention over the last few days- I’ve been rather busy with a variety of things. Anyway, I’ve noticed I’ve been sneezing a lot more than usual. That’s usually the first sign of spring for me- the ominous rumble on the medical horizon that is hayfever. Combined with cat allergy. Aren’t I fun to be around, as a fully functioning human? Continue reading
I’ve got things to occupy my time again! Hooray! Still jobless and broke, but at least I’ve currently got a few new projects on the go to pass the time with. Continue reading
(Sigh) I’m sick of being bored. I mean really, really sick of it. It’s getting to the point that I don’t actually want to do anything at all- I want to, obviously, but I can’t bring myself to. Continue reading
Well, it seems that my attempt at National Novel Writing Month has pretty much failed. It’s gone as well as my attempts to find employment have, in fact. Quite miserable in that sense. However, I think I’m doing well with Vegan Month, considering my favourite foodstuffs tend to be cheese-based. Lactose discipline in action, right there. Continue reading
So, it’s November. My work experience has finished, and I’m back to being a jobless bum for a while, unfortunately. So while I’m still looking for work (it’s getting to the point that I’ll take pretty much anything), I’m trying anything that might keep me occupied. Continue reading