[personal] Making the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs

Up earlyish for a Saturday. About to work on Kalimpura for a bit. Going hiking in the Columbia Gorge with calendula_witch this morning. Coming home, packing for trip to New Jersey tomorrow, hanging out with the_child. Working on Kalimpura for a bit more. Out to dinner tonight. Flight very early tomorrow, taking most of the day to cross the continent. Working on Kalimpura. Business meetings Monday. Working on Kalimpura. Flying home Tuesday, taking most of the day to cross the continent. Working on Kalimpura. Two theoretically normal days. Working on Kalimpura. Having chest port removed next Friday. Working on Kalimpura. Orycon. Working on Kalimpura.

What you got going?

5 thoughts on “[personal] Making the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs

  1. John Stevens says:

    I admire your focus. Can you bottle some of that and start selling it online?

    I’m plunging into a #nanowrimo novel: political sword-and-sorcery. The zero draft is very clunky but ideas and characters are emerging, and that is my plan: to not lay stuff out, to go with the ideas and get them on the page. I have two stories that need finishing, one that needs work, and I woke up at 6AM this morning with an idea for another and now have 600 words and a skeleton for the whole thing. Need to stop getting ideas and sit with the ones that need attention.

  2. Serge Broom says:

    “…Flight very early tomorrow, taking most of the day to cross the continent. Working (…) Having chest port removed…”

    There is so much SF packed in that.

    1. Jay says:

      Hah! So true…

  3. Cora says:

    Writing, working on my PhD, reading, fiddling with the look of my blog, sending off a job application, cooking and eating, preparing lessons, maybe watching some TV, if I find the time.

    And all the best for getting the chest port removed. I bet you’re glad to be rid of that thing.

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