Nothing like a little chaos to make a lazy and fun weekend turn into a crazed week of work and projects and mayhem.
With UltraREBOOT 4.0 in the can, it’s time to think about direction for the series. I mailed my tenative thoughts on what’ll go down at the next UltraRage to the rest of the season’s authors and I’m thinking of shutting it down after season ten. THINKING OF. It’s not a certain thing yet. The whole thing feels a bit off to me and I’d kind of like to get it out of my hair, but the public may want it to go on. I’ll have a better picture when I see how much I have to scrape and dig to get signups (or if they pour in easily) for season nine.
I still need to get back in the ring on Sailor Nothing. There’s a lot of empty spots in the outline for this episode near the end, around Sunday. There’s a lot of work to be done before then. This weekend I needed to relax so I kicked around music instead of writing, but I gotta get on this. Agh.
I might not have time to write tonight or tomorrow. Tonight is WWF; the PPV last night was hot stuff and I’m looking forward to that. Tomorrow we’re gonna finally see the Final Fantasy movie since it’ll likely be yanked from theatres very soon thanks to the bastards in the motion picture industry who want to make room for such intellectual fare as American Pie 2. Somewhere in this schedule I need to find time to, you know, sleep too. I’m rather tired.
I still have a big-ass project I haven’t worked on very much at my legit job. I better get going on that ASAP before I find I have no time left to do it, but it’s going to be as fun as doing your income taxes only less so, and getting motivated when the deadline’s still a ways away is hard.
Apparently we have yet more admin and chat problems at #improfanfic, from what I’ve been reading via second hand LJ sources. Arrgh. I’m not involved enough to do anything well-informed enough about it and I just don’t have the time to deal with this. I pray it’ll sort itself out if it’s something that needs sorting out.
One of these days I’m going to learn to appreciate boredom rather than take on 99 duties just to stay occupied.