Easter – and Spring – in general are times of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth, so, what better time than to bring this abandoned blog back to life. Or at least make every effort to do so because I really do want to do this as a hobby. It’s just a case of finding a space in my routine for it. And since it’s a long weekend, I can have a sort through and a clear out and figure out what I’m doing with it, what my intentions and goals are – not just here but all over social media
I’ve also started writing again. Jack O’Neill/Daniel Jackson, naturally. I just had this mental image in my mind of Daniel excitedly geeking out over something and the Colonel with his chin in his hand, fond expression on his face just… watching him.
And so, attempting to write it.
Once I’m done with the tidying up, I’m going to write a new introduction since I’m sure anyone who’s still here has completely forgotten who I am… stay tuned, folks!
I really need to work out a way of getting online into my normal evening schedule. Slot it in between somewhere after doing the dishes because I feel like I’m never getting online to post or to read or to comment. Or even to work on all the fic I’m wanting to write! I’m so used to my normal routine but I like coming online so more than one evening a week would be nice!
I also need to figure out things to talk about. Maybe I’ll find one of those ’30 day memes’ for August or something. I’m sure these things used to be easy but I really have no life and ‘I went to work, I did bank stuff, I came home, I cooked, I did housework, I watched TV and went to bed’ doesn’t exactly make for an interesting blog post, does it? LOL
Ben, the lovely boyfriend, came around this afternoon with a present for me which I’m very excited to play with. He got me a Colouring for Grown-Up Children – Colouring Book Set which he says was a reward for sorting out my paperwork and filing it rather than having it piled up on my kitchen table – that I now have something to use my kitchen table for.
Two colouring books featuring animals, flowers, butterflies and abstract images, and a pack of 36 colouring pencils.