Using the massive power of, um, asking a question on my blog in the hopes that someone who reads it knows the answer, does anyone know if there’s a place online where I can watch the world cup games after they air? As in, I have no plans to be up at 7am to watch the opening game live, but I would actually like to watch it. Or is this just something I have to figure out Friday?
I sort of fell off the blogging map last week. It was one of those weeks where I accomplished like nothing at all. But I will be better now because I’m fully recovered from having another human being (aka Mom) spending all day with me every day for 4 days. Have you read this? You know that phrase “you’re getting on my last nerve”? Having people around all the time is sort of like being put in a state of permanent last nerveness. Also, she broke down my door. Which was kind of hilarious.
In the last couple of weeks I haven’t been watching a lot of media. I’m well behind on Glee and hadn’t watched a movie in like weeks because I’d been reading a lot trying to do the 50 books in a year thing. Which has actually been nice. I spend all day at work in front of the computer watching TV footage, I think getting away from the computer is a state I have to manufacture more often. Like, I’ve gotten some (late-afternoon, indirect) sunlight in the last couple of weeks and I feel slightly healthier and I think my skin is vaguely less albino. But, this weekend, I watched some movies and Sherlock Holmes. I know it’s wrong, but Jeremy Brett, am I right?
I just did a google image search for people who are albino and they are not paler than me. What’s that about?
Working on D4aD, trying to get beyond the outline with complete first act stage. I tried scene cards and decided I hate them. I’m not saying writing has to be totally organic, and having a skeleton is important, but the scene cards confuse that for me somehow. //END RANDOM BLOG
Posted on June 7, 2010, in screenwriting, Sports, Writing and tagged Dyke for a Day, football, Jeremy Brett, scene cards, screenwriting, Sherlock Holmes, soccer, world cup, Writing. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.