When you have a lot of silent thoughts but not the words to say them.
So you decide to just start somewhere in hopes of matching words to the feeling on the tip of your tongue.
Having my week split into days to focus on things worked pretty well. It works for me because then I end up making a little bit of progress on everything and not feeling overwhelmed by options or running myself ragged because I’m trying to do 5 things in one day. There’s also the room of it being a wide swath of time so I can just do the thing when I feel like it, stop when I feel like it, and go from there. Enough of a blank canvas that I don’t feel stifled or bogged down by routine, but focused enough that I’m not paralyzed by indecision — with the ability to stop and reevaluate at my whim.
I made some progress on the WordPress theme project, decided Ruby is my true love, and caught up on the Drawlloween prompts.
Tomorrow I’m going to go to the Short Run comix and art festival dressed as a fairy, and the rest of today is convincing myself to chill out after a couple of very very long weeks.

Fairy prototype.






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