At the end of an insane week

I’ve spent today stumbling around, trying to get things done, but never really developing focus. If I didn’t still have so many things to accomplish, I would have spent the day reading or watching a show. I think I have entirely depleted my well of organizational energy. At the moment I don’t want to be in charge of anything.

I am now the owner of an iPhone. This is the result of Howard and I needing to use the devices as credit card terminals for GenCon. Having two will be a great benefit. It will also allow for some other useful business interactions, as well as some personal ones. In theory I will be able to finally dispense with my paper planner and instead track my schedule electronically. But I’m not going to switch scheduling systems until after life has slowed down a bit.

I’ve finally got all the interior pieces I need for QFT. All that remains is the cover and some editing. Then I can move on to test prints. Most of the stress has left the project, what remains is just work.

My impossible to do list has shrunk and is now looking possible. I don’t know how that happened, but I’ll take it.