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Counting down

November 30, 2009

As I post this, I am in a race with the clock. You see, it is almost 10:30 PM as I type this on November 30, 2009, and I have not made a single post to Streeter Scene this month. For the first time since its inception, a month may go by without an update. Part of the blame rests on the simple fact that I have been in world very little. Unfortunately, I have been working more this fall, which has not left me an abundance of time to hop on the grid. Also, due to my absence, I have fallen out of touch with people, so even when I’m online, I find it hard to connect with my friends.

I’ve told myself for months that I’ll find the motivation again, and I’ve posted as much here. I have to continue Kyūketsuki, at the very least. It has become my one creative outlet over the past year or so.

Anyway, I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving, for those of you who celebrate it. Hopefully, I’ll be posting again prior to the late night hours of December 31 🙂


Not fit for human consumption

August 12, 2008

You ever feel that way sometimes? Like, your words and actions can be so detrimental to others that you really should have limited, if any, exposure to anyone else?

Yes, if you haven’t guessed, I’m having another neurotic moment 🙂

But honestly—I just feel that sometimes I am a bit *too* much. As if the people I’m interacting with are just wondering how in the world to get rid of me 🙂

And while I suppose this may be interpreted as just another one of those make-me-feel-better-about-myself posts (and if this is how you take it, please don’t humor me), this is just something that pops into my head now and then. When it comes down to it, am I doing more good than bad? Are the benefits of associating with me worth the costs?

All rhetorical questions, by the way 😉

Anyway, it’s late, I’m tired, and I’ll regret wasting a blog post on this tomorrow, but tonight, I’m indulging in a little self-doubt. You’ll have to forgive me this once . . . until I revisit the issue . . .