The Next Few Days

For the next few days, I’m going to be ridiculously busy. And not just that, but ridiculously tired. I have a couple of deadlines, and I’m already not getting enough sleep but will be getting even less. So I can’t write blog posts, not even the story I’ve been writing, which is much easier in some ways than trying to come up with something original, meaning something that doesn’t continue on from what I wrote the day before. The story is easy, I know where it’s going. But even that is too time-consuming right now.

So I’m not sure what I’ll do for the next few day. I think I’ll try to write short notes about what I’m doing, and then post pictures. I have a special one for you today, sent to me by Emily Lam, who’s commented on this blog several times. It’s a sketch she made in her math notebook. Do you recognize what it is? Merlin in the tree, of course. I think it’s awesome. (Thank you, Emily!)

Where am I now? It’s Thursday, and I have three days of incredible busyness ahead of me. I think I can get through the next three days, right?  I’m not sure what Monday will be like, that may be incredibly busy as well.  Four days at most – I hope. This will get easier. It’s just this semester. But it will be over eventually, and then summer will begin. This summer is going to be both easier and incredibly productive. You’ll see.

The story will resume next week, unless I find some free time. But in the meantime, bear with me, all right?

And if you want to send me any pictures of the story, my email is  Just saying.

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2 Responses to The Next Few Days

  1. Grey Walker says:

    Wade into it, and be well.

  2. emily says:

    Ah! Glad you liked it. (Phone cameras have come along way. The actual sketch is like 5 cm.)

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