@kseniaanske wrote a fascinating blog post - and I commented what I think about it from a music perspective...
Okay, done reading this draft, and my process is definitely changing.
Wrote up a blog post about it.
MY WRITING PROCESS IS CHANGING
Here are the highlights:
- In the middle of reading I suddenly felt compelled to write a summary.
- I have a document with the characters' wants.
- I'm ditching music.
- Only a few post-it notes (30 as opposed to 300).
- I know it's okay to take my time.
- I don't need feedback anymore.
- I no longer cater my reading to my writing.
Something is afoot here, folks. Big changes for me. I'm scratching my head.
100th post on ElloRailways!
I can't, in reality, crack a bottle with everyone to celebrate your support and contributions to the success of the ElloRailways community... so I'll have a few glasses by myself as I scroll through the one hundred images posted so far on this theme which is attracting so much interest.
I took the above shot en route to the canal barge working-holiday I was on a couple of weeks ago...
my "virtual on another continent never met but think is darn cool buddy" @tiroas posted a really great post about Sneaker Pimps and their career and some memories. Which is why reading @tiroas is so cool.
When Sneaker Pimps released their first album I was still working for Woolworths behind the record counter, (1996) So "allegedly" I may or may not of had their first album "Becoming X" a few days before it's actual release date.
If I recall correctly, only two of their songs were massive hits, "6 Underground" and "Spin Spin Sugar." Which was fronted by Kelli Dayton.
@eugenesunjae will have his work on display in Portland soon! I love his work.
Anyone in the PDX area, save the date! I will be displaying 50+ new paintings from the past year living abroad in Korea and in doing an in person artist reception during a brief Portland visit during August. Hope to meet some of you!
@ariadnamusik :: a gorgeous photo and a sad post. I need to catch up with what she's been posting since this one from 6 days ago. I had to bookmark this one due to how glorious this photo is.
I've been feeling quite sad lately, under a thick veil of confusion and grief. Not to sound whiney... But this is just what it is, and I am sharing it. I am in emotional limbo. I don't know what is next for me. What I thought was - changed. And while the heavy door of potential slowly opens, I am left in this room, walking in slow motion towards that widening ribbon of light on the floor. There has been a sort of internal break up inside that hasn't quite made its way up to the surface, and with every gulp of water, every jerk up, I feel a dull ache inside.