Thursday May 29 2008 Pulling a Homer


Picture: an Empire Wizard plastic kit re-imagined as a Heirophant for an Inquisitor and Retinue.

[At the time of this writing it is 3am and I'm watching the Simpsons. "Who would have thought a Nuclear Reactor would have been so complicated."]

My day began, unwillingly, at 2am this morning. I started clearing ye ole inbox until I fell asleep to an episode of Star Trek: Enterprise at around 4am. Episode was "The Observer Effect". It's a good one, mentally stimulating.

I got up again around 8am, went out and fed the two rabbits and the guinea pig. Those rodents got it good with a daily dose of greens and veggies. I re-filled their water bottles. As usual everyone was sleeping in. Funny, once you get rid of the alarm clocks, everything sort of falls into a natural schedule. We go to sleep when we're tired and get up when we're not tired any more.

Tamara is having a rough pregnancy: heightened sense of smell and nausea and overpowering lethargy. Yet she still managed to make me breakfast this morning: eggs, bacon and toast. We ate that over a book catalogue at the dining room table.

Reading for the day:
http://www.ronpaulforcongress.com/html/notyours.html
I would absolutely love to hear what you think.

Most of the big news has to do with new crew down at the studio. However, I am in the habit of waiting 3-6 months before face time. Not an iron-clad rule. Let's just say that shaping up very, very nicely. Each time I "cast the net" there are more and better applicants.

Of course, my objective is to get the crew set in place and have no turnover. But things are proceeding apace; a solid core of old-timers with a natural progression of new recruits. As it stands now, we're set. My goal is to form an elite cadre of professionals; a phalanx of trust-worthy artists who will grow along with Blue Table Painting.

I was hoping to have a game with Renn, but we were both toooo busy. We made a Forge World order today. I picked up a Chaos Hell Talon for a client. Renn is getting a Bloodthirster for his "Yellow Devils" army. We're playing a game tomorrow for sure. I plan on doing final documentation on the studio Tau Verdaan army.

I managed to get a few projects through digital photography and get home by about 9pm where I found my loving family watching Ben 10. I actually really like that show. It's like Scooby Doo but with science fiction, and doesn't suck. Ooooooh! I went there, girl-friend.

I wonder how my life will go. I wonder how I will die in the end. I hope I die in my sleep at a reasonable age. I'd like to write my memoirs. I want to bless my children and grand-children. I don't want to grow like really, really old. I do plan on working until the bitter end. No retirement for me. Maybe lighter hours would be nice.

2 Comments:

RanAngel said...

One of the wisest people I think I'll ever know gave me this advice for my later years: Never think old. Stay loving, laughing and tranquil inside. Think young, while accepting the experience of age.

From there, everything else will eventually fall into place for you.

Anonymous said...

Meh, I think I'll just live forever and not worry about the dying thing...too depressing.

 

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