Tuesday @ Home
Rather than trying to sleep right away when I got home, I thought I’d finish the Newsletter so I could send it out. This mostly went well, but oh_that_jocelyn
commented that the advice column felt incomplete and it could use something to strengthen the ending. And she’s probably right. I spent a while trying to come up with an improvement, even though I knew my creative capacities were about the level of “Dogs Wearing Neckties.” Not surprisingly, I stalled out, and set it aside to deal with later.
By then, I was concerned about getting a comic assembled for Wednesday. I haven’t finished the script on the next comic in the storyline, and it seemed a bad time to try to complete it (for aforementioned reason). I thought I could “throw together” a one-panel comic, which would make do. And technically, I did, although the process of preparing and photographing eight figures took much more time than I’d hoped (the tricky bit was picking the right outfits and shoes for eight (not enough dolls, shoes and outfits for all eight at once)). When I finished preparing the comic’s files for upload around 8:00, I returned my attention to the Newsletter, and realized I was just too tired to deal with it.
So I ate dinner, and watched TV, and went to bed. Annoyingly, I didn’t go to sleep
Sucks Mightily! Current Mood: exhausted