So, it took no time at all for me to get a month behind. That’s refreshing. 🙄
The DayJob, as should be expected by now, has been a relentless flurry of madness for the last week. Those of you that know me personally (or have followed my exploits online over the years) know this is a normal thing – it is the first week of the Fall semester and… well… F-A-L-L… that spells crazy.
(Yeah, I know that’s not the line… but it works)
In addition to the normal madness, we have returned to campus. Many classes have returned to campus. Delta has, thankfully, not decided to enroll at this time.
I continue to massage several projects – many of which are beginning to resemble the plans that originally erupted in my brain.
I continue to reluctantly pay attention to the news: particularly regarding the pandemic’s revival, the return of the Calinferno, and the unchecked aggression and unapologetic idiocy that plagues the central valley.
And I continue to hope people will do better.
Until next time friends, do what’s right… do what’s decent… and above all, be kind.
One more thing…
My dear friend (and fellow
masochist… er… author) S.J. McMillan and her family could use some prayers/positivity/good vibes etc. I’d appreciate it if you’d have the Universe send some her way 💖
After working remotely for more than a year, the process of returning to the Day Job’s normal location is underway. With the office having been mostly abandoned since March 2020, the process is far more arduous than one might imagine.
While I have not missed the commute, it will be nice to return to the “normal” routine… one year at home isn’t enough to break the normalcy of nineteen years into the career after all.
Yes, I’ve been at the Day Job for just over 20 years.
It doesn’t seem possible, but here we are.
The commute means a little less me time but it also means that me time won’t be interrupted by the lingering aura of work – so that’s a plus.
Look forward to more… there’s still at least one more release to look forward to this year and who knows what’s on the horizon…
Until next time, friends… look at what’s around you, then look at your place in it. You’re an important part of that picture ❤️
The world is collectively trying to adjust to whatever the new normal will be as we move forward in this timeline.
California has seen significant improvement and is poised to stick its governmental fingers in all our ears and la la la like COVID never happened (at least, that’s how the latest “beyond the blueprint” thing reads to me).
This means, of course, that my commute-free days will soon be coming to an end. Other than a little more road fatigue, I doubt much will change for me but one never knows.
The normal you can depend on: monsters, games, more monsters, and superheroes.
No matter what happens next or how the new normal finally manifests in its fullness, you need stories and I’m happy to provide.
Until next time, friends… be safe.
I want to see you all on the other side of this thing. 💖