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Technomancer and troubleshooter by trade. Programmer by choice. Creator of Deviant Paradigm, somewhat by accident.
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Saturday, December 23, 2006
Lots to catch up on. Sorry for being gone so long. I haven't even been on Imperian in this last month (which is why I finally am no longer a secretary -- it took weeks of inactivity). I feel kind of bad, but I can't get the energy up to do anything. I need to find some way to really recharge. I know what would do it, and most of you could guess, but it's not something that's possible, so I'll just endure. I've hardly done anything but work and watch movies. Note to self: starting Blockbuster Online Total Access and the endless stream of movies that entails the week before dead week was a bad plan. However, I made it through finals, and in the end, everything worked out better than I was figuring, really, so my grades didn't much suffer and I should still be on track for summa cum laude. Let's hope.
I did get to go to the Faint's latest show in town. It was spectacular, but I think I picked up a cold there. I stayed in the middle of the crowd through the whole thing up until their encore (when I decided hitting the merch booth, and maybe getting some water and air would be wise). It was great to loose myself in the flood again, feeling everything shift and move around you. I was totally soaked by the end of it. And I've never seen so many people crowd surfing before. I had about six different people go over me, helped lift about four people, including catching one guy when we didn't get him all the way up, and lifted two girls up into the crowd on my own. It was a blast.
Those of you reading Sapph's blog are aware that he mentioned a project that we're working on. It's true, I'm writing for this new webcomic that we are, in theory, going to produce. However, I've got a new website to write for it, and I've only written out the prologue. I need to script it, and start writing the rest of the first chapter now. So we've got our work cut out for us, but I'm hopeful. I am looking forward to some of the upcoming stories that we've started to work out, and I can't wait to play around with some of the topics that the comic will address (sure, it's about werewolves fighting zombies and vampires, but that's not all it's about.)
I'm back at home for Christmas, staring deep in the abyss yet again. Let's hope this time isn't so hard. Merry Christmas all, and happy whatever other holidays you care to celebrate.