Thanks to the joys of wireless networks, laptops, and the rare conjunction of having a free evening, enough energy to do something about it, and enough brainpower to remember what all I want to do, I’m sitting in bed next to Steph (who is reading) and getting some bits and scraps of stuff done.
[Steph: You’re not blogging again, are you?]
Just with blog entries alone, I’ve got a list:
- Write up a review of Wil Wheaton’s book Just a Geek (short version: buy it, read it, love it).
- Write an essay about whether political bloggers are contributing to or helping contravene the blue state/red state divide in America.
- Write an essay about the song “New Favorite” by Allison Krauss and Union Station, centering around the lyrics as a metaphor for the individual relationship with God.
- Write up an article about the symbolic/elemental system I’ve been mulling, based around my thoughts about Christianity being a relationship.
- Write an essay about my stance on homosexuality and gay marriage.
And then there’s the stuff notblog-related:
- Finish my adventure for Steve Jackson Games.
- Finish building the new Solaris proxy server.
- Build the new Zope server.
- Move websites to Zope.
- Get Dad’s website finished.
- Redo thecabal.org with the new logo I designed.
- Redo the church website.
- Finish up the appendix of tools and post it to the Cookbook blog.
- Outline a fiction proposal for the Ten Worlds.
- Produce an outline for the book on relationships that Stephanie and I keep talking about.
- Produce an outline for the novel that’s chewing on my head (more about that in the next blog entry).
- Write down the various ideas that I’ve had for books, short stories, or novels, and get them into a central place so I don’t lose them.
[Devin: I told you, dear reader, that I want to be an author. See how many of my action items involve writing? Maybe now you’ll believe me.]
Bleh. Now I’m tired enough to go to bed. Not that I will, of course.
Currently listening to: “Ghost in This House,” Allison Krauss and Union Station