Too tired, too little time, etc.
I've done things, just not enough.
Too tired, too little time, etc.
Gotta send an email to my father real quick about some tech stuff.
I've not worked on my story today, but I finally finally finally have reintroduced myself to ComicFury! Am slowly dipping my toes back in, cautiously.
Eventually I might disclose my plurality. CF was where I first became aware of me being trans, from them starting threads about it. I'm wondering if they had a plurality breakthrough as well during my absence, but if not...hoo boy would that mean my introduction would be awkward. So I'm being cautious about it.
Butyeah. Gotta keep working on story stuff and rl stuff.
I need to do my full workout tomorrow, maybe nap. If I leave work and get stuck in hard traffic because I left at like 4 pm: so be it. I've got nothing important tomorrow.
I also need to write a (fairly negative) medical review.
Gotta keep moving forward. Slow steps!
I am still on January 19th for transcribing notes from discord into my files, and the transcribed notes are messy and not organized properly, as I would like them to be. However, this is much much much better than it was before.
I've begun to add things in, and finalize a few, and am networking things far better. (Speaking of networking, it's been a while since I've reminded you that this blog is published on two sites, the weebly main site and the wix mirror. The wix mirror doesn't have my older blogs yet, but will eventually, when I put the time in to add them.)
I did decide to cheat and do a little bit of gaming--but I kept it to Normals in TFT (kinda regret it not being ranked since I got top 4 in both but I was not ready for the tilt of getting sub-4 on a night I want to get rest), and it was to clear out almost all of the quests I have. (The one remaining one is the 3* 3+ units, which is just a hyper-roll and/or Supers and/or trade sector type game, so can be done easily enough.)
All I needed was Neeko with a deathcap and 2* (almost didn't get it, as I 2*'d her the round I died), and then the Threat ones (Morgana, Aatrox, Fiddle 2* fielded; Syndra summoning a 2* threat), and in two games back to back (I think I got 3rd and 2nd?), I pulled it off.
Butyeah, today was mostly spent on trying to transcribe notes into their proper locations. I'm going through the notes, slowly, surely. When I get done with the discord notes, there will be a lot more work to do. Formatting the notes, cleaning them up, placing them appropriately, and then fleshing out the notes as they should be.
My notes have the format of an unofficial wiki (because I find that format easy to read/understand/process/file), and part of that is needing to make entries for everything. And put the 'tropes' for everything. To be honest, I think that doing everything I am setting out to do might take months upon months of work. There will always be more to add.
Still though. It needs to be done to at least some extent. Some details, I can get away with not fleshing out. (Don't really need to think up blood types, for instance.) Other details, though, I need to include. Anything I want to write? Need to include. Any detail I want to include? Needs to be written. There are things that I don't think I can realistically do. There are things I don't think I can flesh out. There are things that will remain vague, ambiguous, generic, etc.
I'm going to be cutting as many corners as I can, so my notes don't need to show the details. Maybe note I'm cutting corners, but not really detail things. Still, because Farn is going to be three books and the first book is going to be very, very long (it would probably be enough material for three or more books on its own), that means even the bare minimum after having cut corners is going to be very very long.
I still gotta try tho.
Farn is worth recording.
In the event I fail to write it, at the very least I want to leave enough that someone else could piece together the events and build something resembling what I wanted.
To some extent, that's why I've also become more open to sharing farn with others prematurely. Those in trusted spaces have been given the theoretical access to the worlds. I'm reasonably certain none of them have taken me up on the offer and actually viewed the work--and that's okay. The offer was the important part. It's there for them if they want it to be there.
And with it out there, that means my work is less likely to die.
The more and more work I do on it--the more and more likely it is that the final product matches my vision.
So I gotta keep pushing forward, and hopefully, I can make farn a reality.