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And lo!  There was wiki.

As much as I dislike the concept of “hacking” life, LifeHacker can be pretty handy.

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Disc was disc.  Four on three.  I made a lot of stupid choices and a couple good ones.  It’s going to be hard, doing the captaining thing this weekend.  I don’t think I’m out-spoken enough for it.  Linsey stepped in and did some line calls which was good.  If she does it again on Thursday, I’m telling her that she’s made herself the co-captain.  Also it’s so dumb that we’ve been practicing a dance when the B team doesn’t really know how to stack.  But in the end, Saturday has to be about having fun.  If it isn’t, it’s just going to be depressing.  That only makes sense in the vaguest fashion.

I’m kind of at ends with writing.  Falling Star needs a lot more work than I originally thought.  Dammit, why do we have to ask questions, like who’s this envoy that comes to Havenstone in the first chapter?   Why are they coming to Havenstone?   Who are the bandits that attacked them, and why were they attacked?   The questions aren’t the problem it’s the answers.  I should have answers other than ‘plot device’ and ‘because’.

The aim of having several projects to work on is to never lack for something to do.  No problem, except when I don’t want to work on anything.  Actually, if I’m working on Divine Fire again, I need to talk to Eric about Ricard.

Emotionally weird today.  Restless, dissatisfied, and mostly uninterested.