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Learning: that uncomfortable moment when you realize the depth of your ignorance. Continue reading
I’ve been learning and relearning Japanese for 12 years, but this time, I’m working out a system to maximize and speed up my success. Continue reading
As a natural dabbler, the concept of expertise is problematic for me and, fortunately, rapidly becoming irrelevant. Continue reading
(Er, I’m actually a bit late–the anniversary was the second, but I, well, forgot. Thought I had a few more days into the month than that.) So, Small Wonders is one year old. I’m not sure what to think. On … Continue reading
This is it, kids. House of Cats is less than a week away from being completely written. The rough draft of #19 is finished and I’ll be writing #20 over what remains of the long weekend. Monday, I’ll write the … Continue reading
It’s been a little while since I posted. In the mean time, I saw Alice in Wonderland (charming, but somewhat unsatisfying) and The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (weirdly wonderful), enthused over the Oscars, and had my soul crushed. Oh, I’m … Continue reading
So tomorrow’s working review needs to get done and I’m sitting here listening to the overly enthusiastic toad croaking outside my window. After much agonizing and more games of Spider Solitaire than I’m willing to own up to, I have … Continue reading
I’m feeling great. Charged through a truly revolting number of words today and passed the halfway point on the story. It’s taking shape a little differently than I expected, but I like what I’m getting. I’ll have to do a … Continue reading
I’ve spent the past few days, apart from being dreadfully ill, working out goals. They’re not resolutions, really, with the exception of the obligatory but largely doomed pronouncement of GET HEALTHY; they’re more elaborate, long-term projects. On the personal front, … Continue reading