It’s raining outside as I write this, a drizzly day overshadows my attempt to be productive. I have had little to no luck finding any recent potential job postings, though I have not had as much time to search as I would like. Work has kept me busy and my supervisor stated on more than one occasion how I reliable, which usually means I’m scheduled for shifts at the “butt-crack of dawn” (quoting Hawaii Five-0) or the midnight shift. I don’t mind, especially seeing as I don’t have much of a social life with which to contend. The only future engagement I have had as of late were Thanksgiving this past weekend, a trip to London to see a friend and have dinner at The Mandarin and my coming graduation at Fanshawe College this November from the Fashion Design Program.
My spare time at the moment is spent sketching fashion designs, doing odd tailoring or repairs for family and friends and creatively writing my book. The latter has received great progress, the most in fact since it first started some five years past. I’ve come to the conclusion that since I am in fact a visual person that it would work best to create a visual story board to organize all the scene, which are in fact very complicated as they are some thirty or so characters to keep track of. I chuckle to myself, it seems the first book I may ever write is even more complicated than any of the Dune books, a series that even fewer can read and keep track of. I hope to not make it too complicated that even the most novice a reader can not get past the first chapter. Hopefully it won’t be long before everything is organized and I can begin to write it all out.
In the meantime, life goes on . . .