||[Jul. 16th, 2011|02:24 pm]
an amateur historian
"...she thinks him, in his tent's darkness, to be half bird -- a quality of feather within him, the cold iron at his wrist. he moves sleepily whenever he is in such darkness with her, not quite quick as the world, whereas in daylight he glides through all that is random around him, the way color glides against color."
so over a number of years i've been juggling a number of creative endeavors and to tie them together somehow has been a challenge. to organize, stretch, connect--some of which being online--are all creative challenges in themselves. still trying to figure the experiment out.
may end up reinstating my fb, as much as i wouldn't like to. the trouble is that i'm required to, at least to some small degree, maintain some social networking presence for work. my job kind of dictates it, which is lame. but it can be an effective too, really. so what do i do? set up an altogether separate account for my office? i also have another blog i've created strictly for the honors program... though i have not really used it. i'm in the middle of putting together a sort of user's manual for the incoming honors students and these devices ought to be included. hm. anyway, just thinking.
was also able to review a lot of paperwork associated with the estate this morning. it's all just so overwhelming. another organizational challenge. i have to finish it though. with haste.
did any of you out there read 'the girl with the dragon tattoo'? curious what your thoughts are.