Creepy but very thought provoking…
As usual, things fall all to pieces around here during the summer, and this year was no exception. Summer does nothing for my chronic level of procrastination and lack of motivation in getting anything done. Whit will be going back to school in about a week, and it’s left me wondering, just what am I going to do with myself again? School may last for only 6 hours out of every day, and some people think I should be able to accomplish a lot within that time, but if I know me, I’ll probably take the first week or so just to vegitate and catch up on some much needed sleep.
Yes there are a hundred things I should be doing, and probably a lot more that I could be doing. Money being tight eliminates a lot of the possibilities, including returning to school. I think of going back to work on the novel, and just end up staring at a blank screen for hours on end. Maybe it’s just the stress of all that’s happened the last few months, and all the things I don’t talk about here, simply because i don’t know who all really is reading this.
It was nice for part of the summer to hide under a pen name, and not be me for awhile, I got to relax a little and just have fun posting some weird random stuff. Can’t believe I have let my blog go so badly. I miss the old days before I lost my website, or even when I had it back at bravejournal. I used to be so excited about my next post, now I don’t know what is wrong with me.
I’ve got a couple of things to look forward to over the next couple of weeks at least. There is the Nightwish /Sonata Arctica concert coming up on the 4th of next month, doubled with the coolness that my friend Kat is coming clear out from Utah to go with me, and several other friends are going to be meeting us at the show. Even better news is that it is an all ages venue, and my daughter can go with us this year. Hopefully I can borrow a better camera from Jim and get some really awesome pictures this time, instead of the blurry ones I got trying to shoot around people’s heads the last time. It was so wonderful to meet the members of the band Nighwish afterwards and get to talk to them awhile, they are such wonderful people and we are very much looking forward to seeing them all again.