Day #3, Shooting In The Breeze
As a Monday, today was definitely weird (it’s getting hard to spell things the right way when the software tells me I’m wrong). My brain kept telling me I was throwing a sick day. Continually tried to make me stress about work tomorrow, or something that needed doing right now.
Rest is hard. Proper rest. Not lazy vegetating, but true rest. I spent most of the day NOT thinking about work, salary or otherwise.
It’s always a different matter when you read a series of books in a row (or at least a few of them), as I’m doing with Christopher Paolini’s Inheritance Cycle.
Eragon made a big splash as a movie a while back, at least in my memory. I’m finding the books (a good way into the second book, Eldest) quite a good read. Easy, excellent momentum, and full of imaginative story-telling.
When I think about other authors, Raymond E. Feist springs to mind. It could be the map, and the Elves being at the top, and the fact that Eragon is about to meet the Elves in the section I’m reading at the moment.
This evening, early while the light was good, I shot the outside scenes for the third Plastic Detectives episode. It’s going to be a cracker, at least, I’m excited :).
Will do the rest of it tomorrow hopefully, along with the recording, and possibly the editing and release. All depends on how the motivation goes, and outside disturbances like wrestling with the kids, or eating food.
Watched an excellent episode of Bones tonight. Seeley gets shot at the end, the very end. It’s such a good show. All the characters are like gems, revealing more with each turn of the sun.
That’s a wrap.