Welcome to my Project 365! This year I will be posting a photo a day with a wee bit of explanation. You can follow along via email or RSS (with the links in the left-hand sidebar) or on:
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Here are my three favorite posts from this year so far:
(If you are here to find out more about my stories and games, please head directly to my “Fiction &c.” page.)
It’s always cat o’clock when I get home from work.
Writing from: my study. Listening to: the creaks and groans of this old house.
Sometimes the Internet pacifies my laziness in a great way. FunkyPlaid and I were hunger-yawning by the time we got to Eugene so I asked my Pocket Computer for nearby food options and it told me about Cornbread Café. Turns out this place is a vegan diner! Check out the darling decor. I enjoyed my Eggfu Benedict, especially the cashew hollandaise, although the tofu “egg” was a bit texturally weird for me.
Writing from: my study. Listening to “Cranes” by Tigue.
We escaped the oppressive heat in Portland for a brief coastal sojourn with friends in Florence, Oregon. On the way we stopped in Yachats for lunch. The day was sunny and a veil of mist draped over the coast. It was at least 30 degrees cooler than what we had left behind.
Writing from: my study. Listening to: “Music for Pieces of Wood” by Steve Reich, Smoke and Mirrors Percussion Ensemble.
Happy World Photo Day! I’m celebrating by noodling around a bit with dried hydrangea flowers and Hipstamatic. There are so many cool photo apps out there now, but Hipstamatic is still one of my favorites.
Writing from: my sweltering study. Listening to: “The Girl on the Train” by Paula Hawkins. I’m not sold on this audiobook thing, but I’m trying.
Every Thursday, I share a productivity tip with my work team. Today I shared the Bullet Journal system in honor of its third birthday. And I had Goulet Pens‘ refills for my own Bullet Journal waiting for me when I got home tonight. Time to play with my notebook!
Writing from: my sticky study. Listening to: the crickets just outside.