a few years ago this would have been an easy task for me, I would even finish early but not now. I decided to read 12 books in 12 weeks, 2 weeks ago I think, I am still reading Great expectations... not even half way through yet, but I am enjoying it. It's odd how things change and you don't even notice it. last semester at school I had to read the Lord of the Rings, Snow Crash and the The Player of Games in just over 2 months, it was easy because I was alone and I had to do it for school so most
It's changed It's my friend and I at Southbound - a festival where we camped for four days in 40 degree heat (celcius).
I've been making the most of my summer, spent thousands on festival tickets, even more on booze, eaten great food, rekindled friendships, been to the beach a lot, got an amazing tan, lost weight and had possibly too much fun.. There's still a bit of loneliness that creeps in, but I guess everyone gets that.
I'm not working at the koala park unfortunately,
The crocodile is a personal Totem Animal of mine, so I created this image for a contest in a Pagan art group I belong to in which we had to create a depiction of our Familiar or Spirit Animal. I wanted to do something more creative than just a standard drawing of a crocodile when I got the idea to do it in a sort of tribal style.
Initially I was going to do a follow-up blog from Virgilís blog about Matthew and the pediatrician, then I changed my mind. Fifth and Jersea convinced me to respond from my perspective. I do not mean to offend anyone with my comments (just want that to be clear) after all I am the one that spends most of the time with Matthew everyday (no offense Virgil) and I think I know him best.
Most of what Virgil stated is fairly accurate. At this point in time I am not too disturbed with
Updated 02-07-2011 at 10:44 AM by pussnboots
I recently had the good fortune to be chosen as a 'first look' reviewer for Virago, who are an UK based publishing house focused on female writers. Given recent surveys which indicate that female writers still find it harder to get published and reviewed, and receive less time and page space in the literature magazines, I think the women's press needs all the support I can give and having a space which promotes excellent female writers is, in my opinion, a great thing, though it would be greater
Updated 02-06-2011 at 09:43 AM by TheFifthElement