…on life at home, in my head, and online
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Looking back at #MidtermElections2022
Saturday, September 17, 2022
In the news: Beto O’Rourke on Abbott & DeSantis
Selected Videos, an experiment to improve audio
Sunday, January 16, 2022
from the #HighPlains: This week at @SeniorPlanet Colorado
Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Colorado #2021YearInReview at a glance
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Rolling out April one #sol21 Tuesday at a time
Coming off a month of a slicing, I'm back for Tuesdays because I don't want to lose the writing momentum. I can manage that. And writing 750 Words a day on top of that. And something every day for National Poetry Month -- not writing poetry though. I tried that one year and made it to day 5.
|National Poetry Month 2021 poster, design by|
Bao Lu, Edward R. Murrow High School, Brooklyn
Just reading more poems and doing digital poetry bombing is a better fit for me. Non-digital poetry bombing had a relatively short run, 1998-2016, and could make a comeback. Broadsided Poetry fills the gap. What else?
Right about now is when I get in trouble and start down the road to writing less instead of more. It's not these but all the usual I'm adding them to.
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Last slice... | #sol21 Day 31
Made it through the month. I wouldn't go so far as to call 31 days of slicing and commenting the cure for pre-post-pandemic anomie (the contemporary version of a fin de siècle malaise) but it helped get me through the month and maybe even jump started dead blogging batteries.
|Illustrating "Yeats, Kipling, and ‘fin-de-siècle malaise’" in OUP blog|
Today, was the HUD inspection, that's done. Was not up to getting as much done as hoped but did make a start and even substantial dent in decluttering and reorganizing. Whether I keep on with it is as much hoped for -- and in the air -- as blogging.
On past last slices...turns out I skipped a challenge between 2015 and 2017, so this will make my fourth SOLSC not fifth. Either that or there was something wrong with my fingers when I came up with five counting on them. As for the 2017 last slice, I posted a selfie holding a small poster with a six word memoir, "Save the last slice for me"). This time I considered adding the "31 Day Writing Streak" badge but decided final slicing would not complete without the commenting (whether or not I comment more tomorrow and check WP Reader for reactions and replies).
I'm tired, ready to curl with some good slices and call it a day.