Threatening to Rain Friday

I like these gray, dreary summer days. I hope it thunderstorms.

Reading: I didn’t read much this week because Joshua asked me to read over Shock: Social Science Fiction for its 1.1 to 1.2 run. I suggested a half dozen little tweaks. Behind Burning Wheel, Shock: is the game I have been playing the most. I have some thoughts on it that will be blogged about here at some point soon.

Planning: A trip to visit my ladyfriend.

Wearing: Jeans and a polo shirt.

Writing: I am eyeing a few things that need finishing and making outlines for future things.

And you?

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44 thoughts on “Threatening to Rain Friday

  1. Reading: Rereading Derrick Jensen’s Endgame – it’s been a couple of years and his arguments about the non-sustainability of civilization seem even more grimly relevant these days.

    Planning: Breakfast w/a friend. Work. More work. Laundry. Sleep.

    Wearing: Sweats & T at the moment.

    Writing: Caught between The Emperor’s Heart and designy stuff for the unnamed wargame idea right now.

  2. Reading: Rereading Derrick Jensen’s Endgame – it’s been a couple of years and his arguments about the non-sustainability of civilization seem even more grimly relevant these days.

    Planning: Breakfast w/a friend. Work. More work. Laundry. Sleep.

    Wearing: Sweats & T at the moment.

    Writing: Caught between The Emperor’s Heart and designy stuff for the unnamed wargame idea right now.

  3. Reading: Rereading Derrick Jensen’s Endgame – it’s been a couple of years and his arguments about the non-sustainability of civilization seem even more grimly relevant these days.

    Planning: Breakfast w/a friend. Work. More work. Laundry. Sleep.

    Wearing: Sweats & T at the moment.

    Writing: Caught between The Emperor’s Heart and designy stuff for the unnamed wargame idea right now.

  4. Reading: Rereading Derrick Jensen’s Endgame – it’s been a couple of years and his arguments about the non-sustainability of civilization seem even more grimly relevant these days.

    Planning: Breakfast w/a friend. Work. More work. Laundry. Sleep.

    Wearing: Sweats & T at the moment.

    Writing: Caught between The Emperor’s Heart and designy stuff for the unnamed wargame idea right now.

  5. Reading: Amazon Ink by Lori Devoti – A Madison author we met at OddCon a few weeks ago.

    Planning: A busy weekend at the Nature Center and maybe some gaming.

    Wearing: Shorts and my Shadow Nations t-shirt

    Writing: Reviews and vampire fiction.

  6. Reading: Amazon Ink by Lori Devoti – A Madison author we met at OddCon a few weeks ago.

    Planning: A busy weekend at the Nature Center and maybe some gaming.

    Wearing: Shorts and my Shadow Nations t-shirt

    Writing: Reviews and vampire fiction.

  7. Reading: Amazon Ink by Lori Devoti – A Madison author we met at OddCon a few weeks ago.

    Planning: A busy weekend at the Nature Center and maybe some gaming.

    Wearing: Shorts and my Shadow Nations t-shirt

    Writing: Reviews and vampire fiction.

  8. Reading: Amazon Ink by Lori Devoti – A Madison author we met at OddCon a few weeks ago.

    Planning: A busy weekend at the Nature Center and maybe some gaming.

    Wearing: Shorts and my Shadow Nations t-shirt

    Writing: Reviews and vampire fiction.

  9. Reading: Christopher Booker’s The Seven Basic Plots

    Planning: Nothing beyond the psychology exam on Monday and a glass of wine tonight.

    Wearing: My nice black and purple shirt, jeans and black shoes.

    Writing: The Watchers In The Sky, another Trail of Cthulhu adventure.

  10. Reading: Christopher Booker’s The Seven Basic Plots

    Planning: Nothing beyond the psychology exam on Monday and a glass of wine tonight.

    Wearing: My nice black and purple shirt, jeans and black shoes.

    Writing: The Watchers In The Sky, another Trail of Cthulhu adventure.

  11. Reading: Christopher Booker’s The Seven Basic Plots

    Planning: Nothing beyond the psychology exam on Monday and a glass of wine tonight.

    Wearing: My nice black and purple shirt, jeans and black shoes.

    Writing: The Watchers In The Sky, another Trail of Cthulhu adventure.

  12. Reading: Christopher Booker’s The Seven Basic Plots

    Planning: Nothing beyond the psychology exam on Monday and a glass of wine tonight.

    Wearing: My nice black and purple shirt, jeans and black shoes.

    Writing: The Watchers In The Sky, another Trail of Cthulhu adventure.

  13. Reading: She’s Not There: A Life In Two Genders by Jennifer Finney Boylan

    Planning: Maybe going to a show tonight? Definitely watching movies with friends tomorrow.

    Wearing: The usual green cargo pants, worn-out Earth shoes, and my bright green Banner Pilot t-shirt.

    Writing: The Last Houses alpha draft.

  14. Reading: She’s Not There: A Life In Two Genders by Jennifer Finney Boylan

    Planning: Maybe going to a show tonight? Definitely watching movies with friends tomorrow.

    Wearing: The usual green cargo pants, worn-out Earth shoes, and my bright green Banner Pilot t-shirt.

    Writing: The Last Houses alpha draft.

  15. Reading: She’s Not There: A Life In Two Genders by Jennifer Finney Boylan

    Planning: Maybe going to a show tonight? Definitely watching movies with friends tomorrow.

    Wearing: The usual green cargo pants, worn-out Earth shoes, and my bright green Banner Pilot t-shirt.

    Writing: The Last Houses alpha draft.

  16. Reading: She’s Not There: A Life In Two Genders by Jennifer Finney Boylan

    Planning: Maybe going to a show tonight? Definitely watching movies with friends tomorrow.

    Wearing: The usual green cargo pants, worn-out Earth shoes, and my bright green Banner Pilot t-shirt.

    Writing: The Last Houses alpha draft.

  17. reading: I found scans for every single volume of Berserk online. I am going to read the crap out of it.

    planning: Getting myself out of this stupid money situation. Going to see The Mountain Goats on Saturday.

    Wearing: T-shirt and shorts and sneaks.

    Writing: Getting back to The Final Girl’s rules and doing some random drawings.

  18. reading: I found scans for every single volume of Berserk online. I am going to read the crap out of it.

    planning: Getting myself out of this stupid money situation. Going to see The Mountain Goats on Saturday.

    Wearing: T-shirt and shorts and sneaks.

    Writing: Getting back to The Final Girl’s rules and doing some random drawings.

  19. reading: I found scans for every single volume of Berserk online. I am going to read the crap out of it.

    planning: Getting myself out of this stupid money situation. Going to see The Mountain Goats on Saturday.

    Wearing: T-shirt and shorts and sneaks.

    Writing: Getting back to The Final Girl’s rules and doing some random drawings.

  20. reading: I found scans for every single volume of Berserk online. I am going to read the crap out of it.

    planning: Getting myself out of this stupid money situation. Going to see The Mountain Goats on Saturday.

    Wearing: T-shirt and shorts and sneaks.

    Writing: Getting back to The Final Girl’s rules and doing some random drawings.

  21. Reading: The Elephant Keeper by Christopher Nicholson, various quilt blogs.

    Planning: A quilting weekend at home!

    Wearing: Cocoa colored jeans, cocoa/chocolate/cream plaid flannel shirt over a white tank top, cream socks with little dogs on them, and my cozy grey wool slippers. You did ask.

    Writing: My RPGirl essay. Slowly.

      • Re: Delicious clothing and RPGirl

        I like making my descriptions delicious, it adds to my enjoyment of the world. Currently, I’ve changed into my plum-colored super-soft cotton yoga pants and my over-sized lavender T with silk-screened iris blooms. Same socks, though.

        The RPGirl essay is about gender issues in the 6th grade gaming class I taught last year. I think. Mostly. At least at the moment. I have to look at it again once I’ve slept,and see how much it changes.

      • Re: Delicious clothing and RPGirl

        I like making my descriptions delicious, it adds to my enjoyment of the world. Currently, I’ve changed into my plum-colored super-soft cotton yoga pants and my over-sized lavender T with silk-screened iris blooms. Same socks, though.

        The RPGirl essay is about gender issues in the 6th grade gaming class I taught last year. I think. Mostly. At least at the moment. I have to look at it again once I’ve slept,and see how much it changes.

  22. Reading: The Elephant Keeper by Christopher Nicholson, various quilt blogs.

    Planning: A quilting weekend at home!

    Wearing: Cocoa colored jeans, cocoa/chocolate/cream plaid flannel shirt over a white tank top, cream socks with little dogs on them, and my cozy grey wool slippers. You did ask.

    Writing: My RPGirl essay. Slowly.

  23. Reading: The Elephant Keeper by Christopher Nicholson, various quilt blogs.

    Planning: A quilting weekend at home!

    Wearing: Cocoa colored jeans, cocoa/chocolate/cream plaid flannel shirt over a white tank top, cream socks with little dogs on them, and my cozy grey wool slippers. You did ask.

    Writing: My RPGirl essay. Slowly.

  24. Reading: The Elephant Keeper by Christopher Nicholson, various quilt blogs.

    Planning: A quilting weekend at home!

    Wearing: Cocoa colored jeans, cocoa/chocolate/cream plaid flannel shirt over a white tank top, cream socks with little dogs on them, and my cozy grey wool slippers. You did ask.

    Writing: My RPGirl essay. Slowly.

  25. Delicious clothing and RPGirl

    Oooh, may I ask what the essay is about?

    And your outfit sounds comfy. As a matter of fact, you make it sound delicious due to the adjectives you chose.

  26. Delicious clothing and RPGirl

    Oooh, may I ask what the essay is about?

    And your outfit sounds comfy. As a matter of fact, you make it sound delicious due to the adjectives you chose.

  27. Re: Watchers

    A big part of it is The Birds, the Alfred Hitchcock film/Daphne Du Maurier story, as a Cthulhu adventure.

    And it’s set in the Lake District and has unpleasant horror stuff in it. It’s not bad.

    Graham

  28. Re: Watchers

    A big part of it is The Birds, the Alfred Hitchcock film/Daphne Du Maurier story, as a Cthulhu adventure.

    And it’s set in the Lake District and has unpleasant horror stuff in it. It’s not bad.

    Graham

  29. Re: Delicious clothing and RPGirl

    I like making my descriptions delicious, it adds to my enjoyment of the world. Currently, I’ve changed into my plum-colored super-soft cotton yoga pants and my over-sized lavender T with silk-screened iris blooms. Same socks, though.

    The RPGirl essay is about gender issues in the 6th grade gaming class I taught last year. I think. Mostly. At least at the moment. I have to look at it again once I’ve slept,and see how much it changes.

  30. Re: Delicious clothing and RPGirl

    I like making my descriptions delicious, it adds to my enjoyment of the world. Currently, I’ve changed into my plum-colored super-soft cotton yoga pants and my over-sized lavender T with silk-screened iris blooms. Same socks, though.

    The RPGirl essay is about gender issues in the 6th grade gaming class I taught last year. I think. Mostly. At least at the moment. I have to look at it again once I’ve slept,and see how much it changes.

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