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I was fairly lax with my August goals, because I've been face-down in burnout and barely smart enough to recognize that I needed a little time off. I also traveled for a week to see my folks (GREAT visit), and school started for Guppy.

And I did okay with those goals! Girl Nest Door only didn't come out this month because of technical difficulties out of my control, and anyway, it's scheduled for this weekend so I'm counting it as a checkmark for August.

X Release Girl Nest Door - queued for Sept 2 release
X Release Shifting Sands Box Set 2
X 1 Torn World short story
X 1 shifter coloring page (finished and scanned, but not yet released)
o Finish NDA art stuff (caribou and 2 translation pages) - caribou is about 3/4 done
o 15000 words on Dandelion Spring - 12k
o 1 print volume of something
X Get Scarlet and the Christmas Kittens in for revisions
X Get #junicorn out

I'm wibbling about the print volume. I'm thinking maybe Rails, but it would be pretty much for vanity only - I wouldn't expect to make a lot on them. Maybe that's a good enough reason? I don't think I'll do anything fancy or include illustrations.

Goals for September to follow. It will include finishing Dandelion Spring. And the NDA art stuff. And some legwork for the 25th anniversary of EMG in October. Look for more on that topic soon!
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So, I've spent all of July without a laptop, until just yesterday, when I got a shiny new installation of Windows and my precious, precious machine back with all its data. I've been reinstalling ALL THE THINGS. (And I keep adding more to my list of things I regularly use. Good grief.)

Not having a laptop has made for an insanely productive writing schedule, though. Using my iPad, I was able to write 22,000 words in the first ten days of the month. I finished Fire Control, wrote 10,000 words on a short story called Better Half in three days, got Scarlet and the Christmas Kittens nearly finished, and even added a dribble to Girl Nest Door, which I think I finally unblocked on and hope to finish next week.



I'm getting a late start on the month, but here are my goals.

o 10 portraits. (I had originally hoped for 15, but... things.) 1/10
o Finish GND
o Logo revisions (ASAP)
o Shifting Sands Box set 2
o 1 print book for proofs
o Finish Scarlet and the Christmas Kittens (it's really close!)
o fulfill #junicorn - and drum up more sales if possible
o Sketch Fest #100
o Patreon rewards (asap)
o TNMT edits (Deadline: July 25)
o Finish 1 shifter coloring page
o 1 thing for Torn World (not picky what it is)
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X Finish EB short story and submit by June 15 - done and submitted! I don't hate it.
X 15k on Girl Nest Door - 15740/15000
X Patreon rewards before 10th - well, the 14th is close.
o Junicorn - 24/30
o Finish Caribou page, scan Wolverine, 2 Translation pages - 1 scanned, 1 sketched, waiting on approvals
o Finish 2 shifter coloring pages - 1/2
o One Torn World ebook
o 5k on Torn World novel
o Shifting Sands box set 2
o Print versions of Shifting Sands 1-3
o LD logo adjustments - well underway
o Finish and implement EMG email funnel - outlined and about 1/3 drafted.
o Warranties: printer, Gortex, pants - printer done, pants going out in today's mail.
x Estimated taxes
o Improve mobile browsing of 1 site

6 days left - CAN SHE DO IT?
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I have Things To Do! I have broken my insurmountable feeling pile of things to do into bits and pieces to make them more palatable. This is my list for today only:

Finish tax paperwork thingy
Pack up coloring book order
Remove coloring book ordering from Amazon
Update new coloring book listings at EMG with colored pages
500 words on Christmas Stag
Back covers layout for Splendrix and GG3
Wording for Kickstarter


Wed

Massage
Mail coloring book order
Mail tax paperwork thingy
Remove coloring book ordering from EMG site
500 words on Christmas Stag
Inside front page layout for Splendrix and GG3
Graphics for Kickstarter
Order priority boxes and mailers

Thurs

Kick off Kickstarter launch party: reveal GG3 cover, 2 games with prizes
Coloring book counts
500 words
Inside back page layouts for Splendrix and GG3
One ad for TPP
CB announcement to VIP group

Fri

Launch party: reveal Splendrix cover, 2 games with prizes
Files to printer for proofs
Finishing touches to Kickstarter
500 words
One ad for TPP
Preview pages for both CBs

Sat

Launch party: share preview pages for GG3, 1 game
500 words
Any last minute Kickstarter things

Sun

Launch party: share preview pages for Splendrix, 1 game
500 words
Gaming
Upload book to Amazon, do not refresh the page 7 billion times to see if it's up.

Mon

Press go.
Cross fingers.
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I have so much to do this week, I have to write it down:

*Sketch Fest payments
*Muse Fusion: https://www.tornworld.net/musefusion.php (I'll be doing a prompt fill for everyone!)
*TROPICAL PANTHER'S PENANCE edits
*Cover art for Splendrix
*Finish outlining DANCING BEARFOOT sequel
*Start Guilds flowchart
*Write-in Tues morning
*Contact TCC
*Scan 3 pieces for SCB
*Select work for Splendrix
*Tax paperwork
*Mail Sketch Fest sketch
*Mail coloring book orders
*Catch up on wholesale royalty input
*Tally existing CB stock for Kickstarter purposes
*Laundry

And probably more that I'm forgetting...
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I did taxes! (waves a little flag)

We also did home improvements, finally installing a handtowel rack in the bathroom because up until now people have to bring their drippy hands into the kitchen to dry them off, which is... seriously not a good hostess move. We also replaced the crooked toilet paper holder, installed a door hook, and fixed the door so it actually closes without wrestling it into place.

Aaaaand, I launched a new not-a-book. The usual rules apply - if you'd like to read it, swear to secrecy and I'll PM you information.

This week I plan to:

Write 500 words/day (1251 today so far)
Edit the next not-a-book
Draw 4 coloring book pages for a client
Promotion for new not-a-book
Obsessively refresh stats for not-a-book
Party planning
ellenmillion: (Default)
Today's art:



Today's list:

Livestream
Laundry
Catbox/Vacuum/Dishes
Pack and mail up big order
Mail Patreon rewards
Muffins
Print behavior chart
Call hospital giftshop
Pay bills (Norway's final rites bill came today. OW. In so many ways.)
Write 500 words. 411  600
Amazon removal order
Artist payments/accounts
Bellydance


It was a good weekend, we got some pre-winter things done, and played outside while we could. My next not-a-book is crawling forward, and crossed over 10k words. I want to finish it by the end of October, so I can do the NEXT book (which I am SUPER enthused about) as a NaNoWriMo. I REALLY wanted to get three books written this year. (My last one is still doing okay, too - not actually as well as the last one, but the other two books in the series are doing AMAZING, so my bottom line is really good.)

Guppy alternates between little terror and little angel, still loves Kindergarten, and got all her art supplies put downstairs because she keeps drawing on things she knows she shouldn't. (WHY?!)

Now, a snack and down to words.

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I have a new toy! I mean tool. I have a new tool!



Yesterday, I took it out on the town with me and I managed to go to the gym*, write 1200 words on my not-a-book, colorize a portrait, answer emails, go shopping*, and cook a roast.*

(*These items may or may not have been facilitated by the new toy tool.)

I flamed out badly on digital painting once before, but this is a whole new level of comfort and portability (my biggest prior complaint was that the separate tablet took a lot of setup and a big work surface, plus I was tethered to my computer...).

I am on a mission! I want to make my Apple Pencil viable, and I need some practice with it. I also want to whittle down my Portrait Adoption gallery a bit. SO! I am offering the DEAL OF A LIFETIME. I will color anything in my gallery - at NO EXTRA COST. That means, you could get a portrait colored to be your character for as little as $5. I'll even make minor tweaks at that time. (Very minor!) Use the site to 'request customization.'

 
$0 / $99.00 0% done!

In other news, we had a windy night, and now it looks like impending winter. Eep.

I will leave you with a list.

~Add a Torn World character
~Answer 10 emails
~Post something at Torn World
~Pizza dough.
~vacuum
~Clean off livingroom table
~2 loads of water - 1 down
~cook sausage
~500 words - 400. 
~Finish Patreon physical rewards (oh man, they are awesome! And there's still barely time to get them!)
~Coloring book bulk order
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 We're getting a real fall! It's been relatively warm, and I'm so delighted that the leaves are staying on the trees. It feels like the last few years we got windstorms early in the autumn and went directly from just-changing to ugly-bare.

 




Today:

~Write 500 words
~Work on color logo for client
~Print rest of the Patreon physical reward
~catbox/dishes/vacuum
~Get email to 100. OMG I DID IT!
~Coloristas catchup
~Get Sketch Fest set up
~Mail art order <3
~Artwork for Patreon patron
~1 Torn World Character added to database
~Post last Torn World article in series
~Art afternoon
~Second delivery to Woven Sylver
~Post office


My reward for finishing will be painting mini-totes for Sketch Fest and Gotham.


This week:

~Return library books
~Get email down to 100. (at 120!!)
~Start poking on potential project - poking initiated! 
~Post rest of the articles at Torn World (3/4 posted)
~Finish color logo for client
~Finish anthology illustration
~Finish anthology revisions
~Write a total of 2500 words. (at 2252)
~Mail physical Patreon rewards. 
~Finish and deliver Patreon reward story.
~Catch up on Coloristas
~Clean downstairs desk
~Update Woven Sylver!

I'm off to eat bonbons now and file my nails...

ellenmillion: (Default)
It's been a productive, busy week so far, and I'm loving it. It feels good to be (mostly) back up to speed.



MORE LISTS!

Today:

~Write 500 words
~Work on color logo for client
~Try another sketch for anthology
~Print part of the Patreon physical reward
~catbox/dishes/vacuum
~25 emails cleaned up.
~drop off work at Connie's
~Coloristas catchup
~Apple crisp


My reward for finishing will be painting mini-totes! I am out of Agents of Shield. :(


This week:

~Return library books
~Get email down to 100. (at 120!!)
~Start poking on potential project - poking initiated!
~Post rest of the articles at Torn World (3/4 posted)
~Finish color logo for client
~Finish anthology illustration
~Finish anthology revisions
~Write a total of 2500 words. (at 2252)
~Mail physical Patreon rewards.
~Finish and deliver Patreon reward story.
~Catch up on Coloristas
~Clean downstairs desk
~Update Woven Sylver!

All for now!
ellenmillion: (Default)
Yesterday's list helped me focus greatly. So today gets one, too!

Today:

~Write 500 words
~Work on color logo for client
~Try another sketch for anthology
~Print part of the Patreon physical reward
~catbox/dishes/vacuum
~grocery shopping
~farm pickup
~75 emails cleaned up.
~Colorista files


My reward for finishing will be painting mini-totes and watching Agents of Shield. Woo!


This week:

~Return library books

~Get email down to 100. (at 145!!)
~Start poking on potential project - poking initiated! 
~Post rest of the articles at Torn World (3/4 posted)
~Finish color logo for client
~Finish anthology illustration
~Finish anthology revisions
~Write a total of 2500 words. (at 2252)
~Mail physical Patreon rewards.
~Finish and deliver Patreon reward story.
~Catch up on Coloristas
~Clean downstairs desk
~Update Woven Sylver!

All for now!
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I feel so behind! The last six weeks or so have felt like one setback after another, and lots of little things have gotten shoved aside. Time for a list!

Today I'd like to:

~Write 500 words. (1000 would be better)
~Get through 100 emails. (My inbox was up over 700 this weekend. I beat it back to 560.)
~Post next article at Torn World
~Shopping
~Catbox/dishes/vacuum
~Work on color logo for client
~Sketch for possible anthology illustration
~Next Patreon reward out (Sketch Tarot)
~Fold laundry (2 loads)
~Bellydance


This week:

~Get email down to 100.
~Start poking on potential project
~Post rest of the articles at Torn World
~Finish color logo for client
~Finish anthology illustration
~Write a total of 2500 words.
~Mail physical Patreon rewards.
~Finish and deliver Patreon reward story.



Guppy and I went cranberry picking on Saturday, and took a long walk in the autumn woods on Sunday. My purpose on the walk was to get her some exercise, and it wasn't very far before it hit me that this was my first time walking these paths without Norway, which was very hard. Guppy was effervescent and energetic, which really took the edge off, and the forest is gorgeous, going all gold and rust. In all, it was a lovely walk.



Nose to the grindstone now.
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I hab a code. My on-and-off-again sore throat (which started this weekend) has gone away, to be replaced by a full head-stuffing snotfest, helpfully accompanied by a cough and a whole body nope.

My goals today are very minor: get Patreon digital rewards out for September. Finish a cover commission. (Just need to get the high-res images and do some minor cleanup.) Mail an order. Breathe.

This has been my fun project lately:



More later!
ellenmillion: (fairysquash)
In case you've been on the fence about supporting me on Patreon, here is a list of perks that patrons have received since I opened my page in July of 2014! Most perks are removed when the next one is released, but starred entries continue to be available for new patrons to go back and enjoy.

I've also revamped my reward tiers - I originally had $5+ rewards going out every six months, based on your starting date, but have simplified my life so that physical rewards go out the same time for everyone, in March and in September (just September for International patrons). Yes, that means you can sign up in the next few weeks and get your rewards THIS month!

July 2014: 3 of Pentacles coloring page
August 2014: Photograph wallpapers and headers
October 2014: Candle digi stamp
November 2014: Ressa Knows/Bai Knows Better (Torn World poetry)
December 2014: Everberries coloring page

January 2015: Turned Back short story (Torn World story)
February 2015 perk: Evervale coloring page
March 2015 perk: The Thief coloring page
April 2015 perk: custom portraits (simple ink drawings, patron prompted - they get a high res download!)
May 2015: sea monster scale chart to color
June 2015: Fairy and Dragon coloring page
July 2015: Taming the Seas coloring page
August 2015: Cowbell/Snail's Journey coloring page (two mini pages)
September 2015: Never Traveling Alone short story (Torn World story)
October 2015: Winged Kitty digi stamp
November 2015: Olarali to color
December 2015: Evervale in the Desert coloring page

January 2016: Fishtank Mermaid coloring page
February 2016: Secret Not-a-Book – excerpt and invitation to request the full novel
March 2016: Maiden, Mother, Crone coloring page
April 2016: Vetch Dragon coloring page
May 2016: Sea Monster painting input
June 2016: Summer Bubbles coloring page
*July 2016: Paintings from painting class
August 2016: #Smaugust prompt (dragon sketches prompted by patrons)
September 2016: Rosehip tea coloring page
October 2016: Sponsor a #smaugust for #inktober (patrons pick sketches I did for #smaugust to finish in ink and get the high res of that piece)
November 2016: Dragon Sled to color and use for cards/bookmarks
December 2016: $5 off at Etsy

*January 2017: travel sketches and photos (8 posts)
February 2017: Morrigan and Scared coloring pages (available through March 31)
*March 2017: Sneak peeks of Secret Coloring Book Project (12 posts so far, posted throughout February, too)
April 2017: Two vintage bookmark designs to color (from 1999!)
May 2017: A sneak preview of four exclusive coloring pages that will be coming this summer + A winged kitty digistamp
June 2017: A sea monster coloring page: Arguing Over Dinner.
*July 2017: Watercolor class paintings. $3 and up get The Fool Sketch Tarot card file, $4 and up also get a coloring page of The Gathering.
August 2017: Skykitten Chaos coloring page. $3 and up get 01 The Magician, $4 and up also get Saddling Up (old Torn World) coloring page. $10+ got Railcrossing, a spicy story from Torn World!
September 2017: 2 botanical coloring images (quarter page) $3 and up get 02 The High Priestess, $4+ 4 botanical coloring images, $5+ got an aceo print, a 4x6 print, plus a random original, magnet or painted mini-tote. $10+ got an excerpt from the novella I'm working on.
October 2017: 50% off any #inktober artwork, and leave a prompt! $3+: 03 The Empress. $4+: Watergazer coloring page.
November 2017: First dibs on ornaments and totes, plus a Bad Snowy coloring page. $3: 04 The Emperor. $4: Bearing Gifts coloring page. $10: A second super spicy excerpt from my latest finished novella.
December 2017: $1 - Evervale Coloring Page #2. $3+ 05 The Heirophant. $4+ Evervale as Poison Ivy Coloring Page.

January 2018: $1+ Useful coloring page. $3+ 06 The Lovers. $4+ Green Fairy grayscale coloring page. $10+ Spicy excerpt from a novella featuring dragons and mermaids...
February 2018: $1+ Hula class video. $3+ 07 The Chariot. $4+ Dryad's Winter coloring page.
March 2018: $1+ 7 of cups (mythology) coloring page. $3+ 09 The Hermit. $4+ Waking From the Tree grayscale coloring page. $5+ Fill the bag original giveaway. $10+ Spicy scene from the not-a-book I just finished!
April 2018: $1+ 10% off Kickstarter pledges and 25% all original artwork. $3+ Wheel of Fortune. $4+ Wings From Stone coloring page
May 2018: $1+ Growing Up (Copper and Blackstone EQ) coloring page. $3+ Death. $4+ Smartarm Shifter beefcake coloring page. $10+ Spicy excerpt of a story I'm working on for my new pen name.
June 2018: $1+ Missing You card design to color, $4+ Druid's Wind coloring page.
July 2018: $1+ Portrait July - patrons can submit photos for reference (or describe characters), $4+ Great Northern Gate to color, $10+ Senseless ebook. (6000 words Torn World short story)
August 2018: $1+ Justin coloring page, $4+ Training coloring page, $10+ Rails ebook (50k novel from Torn World), AND The Girl Nest Door (ebook as Zoe Chant)
September 2018: $1+ Shifting Commic, $4 Watergazer Coloring page
October 2018: $1+ sneak preview of art in NDA, $4 Christmas Irish Elk coloring page
ellenmillion: (fairysquash)
I have a crazy amount of things to do today, so its time for a list...

*take out the trash
*change out the catbox
*vacuum

*dishes
*clean toilet
*shower
*ink raven piece
*sketch one new page
*fold laundry
*start new laundry
*Sketch Fest ad graphic
*post Portrait Adoption piece
*review another two chapters of audiobook
*approve submitted description
*update PA race
*update Patreon
*mail Amazon order
*prep dinner
*100 emails deleted or filed or answered, etc. (my inbox is at 589. *dies*) 425
*Start compiling data for taxes

Have a goofy photo from the Seattle Aquarium. (The aquarium visit as a whole was a bit of a whiny tired-child disaster, but there were plenty of spots of fun in it.)

Thursdaily

Oct. 20th, 2016 08:53 pm
ellenmillion: (fairysquash)
Today, we got SNOW.

It was a stay at home day, which was nice because everyone always forgets how to drive the first day of snow, and Guppy wasn't feeling very good, but had a quiet day to recover. We had a crackling fire and I did some laundry and we made a Halloween wreatch from a craft kit. We watched Incredibles, and I snuck in an episode of the Flash while she was napping. I did a lot of artwork that I feel tremendously good about today, and wrote a hard email that I feel was appreciated and also programmed a fab new toy to play with at Portrait Adoption:

http://portraitadoption.com/novelgenerator.php

The idea occurred to me a few days ago, while I was noodling around with things, and it turned out to be relatively simple to write up. I would still like to make a button to share it on social media, and possibly also save your results, but I'm not quite sure how to make that happen. I have a few ideas I could poke at if it's something people decide they want.

THere's also a new sampler page up at EMG, for the Wild Teas of Alaska: http://www.ellenmilliongraphics.com/coloringbook.php?id=75


Guppy was feeling enough better at the end of the day to walk up the driveway with me. She was all smiles and glee until I wanted to take her photo, of course.

Looking ahead! I have a few things on the calendar to share with you!

October 30 I will be at Sipping Streams from 1-4 for a fabulous coloring party! Tea, finger food (OMG, so good), a face-painter, free pages, and a chance to use my own high end coloring tools. Don't miss it!

Nov 5-6 I will be at the UWA holiday bazaar, sharing a table with [livejournal.com profile] laylalawlor. I will have painted ornaments and any coloring books that I personally am in.

Nov 11-12 I will be at PopCon at UAF. As time allows, I will be doing on-the-spot commissions of ornaments and sketches.

Nov 18-20 is Sketch Fest #81!

I'm also ruminating something fun and Sketch Fest related for Black Friday...
ellenmillion: (fairysquash)
Today was the first day of preschool, and although Guppy had to be pried off of me with a crowbar to stay by herself, she had a wonderful, wonderful time and came home bouncy and full of energy and cheerfulness. I lurked at the closing and got to watch her actually COME at the whistle and get in line. (This is a minor miracle, people. Last year she had a tendency to bolt in the opposite direction when the whistle was blown.)

I got up early this morning and scanned many things, including two new coloring pages, a portrait adoption, and 21 #smaugust sketches. They are all here: http://ellenmillion.com/smaugust.php

This one is my favorite - it is on hold for [livejournal.com profile] haunted_blood, who prompted it:


Patreons will get to pick one of these to sponsor into a finished ink piece for #inktober. (I am regretfully skipping #sketchtober, because sanity.) This month, they get a new coloring page. :)

I also updated my Etsy shop and renewed a number of my holiday designs.

I got just 226 words on my not-a-book, but this was on the tail of a very productive weekend - I've been getting up before 6 AM every day to get words in, and I've cracked 20k.

I still need to do an August wrapup... and maybe July??

Must wrap a small bundle of energy into bed now... and persuade her to stay there.
ellenmillion: (fairysquash)
Yesterday was another smashingly busy day in which I crossed many things off (many boring things, like take van to the shop, and fold laundry). Because we went in very early to drop the van off, we were in town before the library or usual kid things opened, and it was too wet to go to the park. So, instead, Guppy asked sweetly if we could go to Creamer's Field, and I thought that sounded like a great idea.

The mosquitos were fierce, and the boardwalk in places is quite tippy and slick, but we clung to each others hands and navigated the boreal loop with much laughter and excited observation. We saw ducks, and I introduced her to algae, and we climbed up to the observation tower (she was more interested in the stairs than the view) and we counted bridges and it was great fun. We had just restocked the hospital with coloring books, so I brought a copy of the Wildflowers of Alaska coloring book into the Creamer's giftshop to see if they'd be interested in carrying it. The woman at the desk was very enthusiastic, so I left a copy with my contact information. Fingers crossed!

Have some photos:





The rest of the day involved lots of busy work, cleaning, more Portrait Adoption certificate counting (I FOUND THE MISSING ONE! In the Ps instead of in the Cs where it belonged. There was no P anywhere in the name, it was totally a clerical error.) and lots of cooking and processing of the farm share. Mmmm... farm share.

(Also, I totally fooled both husband and Guppy into eating a beet, which they both hate, and it was the funniest thing I've seen in weeks. I laughed myself to tears.)

Today so far has involved cleaning - I had two drawers that were utterly uselessly stuffed with things, half of which I just tossed. And poking for more Alaskan coloring books to print, and getting current printing quotes because I'm getting low on two of my best sellers. And more laundry, because it Never Ends. Hopefully, naptime will involve some writing, but I should also finish counting PA certificates. There were enough little dependencies (and some major head-scratching with name changes) that it was a good thing I was doing it.
ellenmillion: (thud)
Today, so far, I have:

*Gotten my flat tire repaired (to be fair, I have to pick it up tomorrow, because I don't want to go back in today).
*Refilled propane
*Bought a replacement headlight for my car
*Replenished the ridiculously expensive prescription catfood
*mailed an order
*cleaned out the freezer
*3 loads of laundry
*some emails
*arranged to restock one of my retailers
*realized I was missing a set of certificates for a portrait adoption. *ARGH.*

The last precipitated a full certificate count and file purge. I am to the Hs so far, and there are several head-scratchers in my files. Some I suspect are people who have changed their names (marriage, etc.), a few are people who never registered at the site *tosses*, but there are a few oddballs I'll have to track down. Illegible signatures for the argh. I'm getting rid of reams of paperwork, which is nice, and tagging everything I identify so I don't have to do this again.

I did 4 sketches for #smaugust over the weekend: https://www.ellenmilliongraphics.com/sketchfest/sketchfestartist.php?id=9&date=78

I got a massively flat tire on my way to gaming and discovered that I need a cheater bar in my car because I could not BUDGE those nuts.

Now I have to go empty the van because it gets serviced tomorrow and I have dance class tonight! *flies*
ellenmillion: (Number 1 Dog Ribbon)
So much to do, and ALL of it fun, inspiring, and amazing. I am in a tailspin of indecision of what to tackle first!

Among my things to do:

*Pick up coloring books (if I get the email telling me that they are done, as I'm expecting!)
*Reply to an amazing art offer (SO EXCITING)
*get a new dog run tether
*send payments
*Last #junicorn piece. (Though I do plan to go back and replace a few of the first few that weren't as good as the later ones got... I leveled up!!)
*Pick up copyedits on my not-a-book. They don't look too hard! Formatting stuff, mostly, and a handful of typos. Easy peasy! And formatting was far less painful the second time through.
*Work on sketch for another amazing art opportunity.
*Work on another sketch.
*Work on that OTHER sketch.
*Start thinking about a kickass 5 minute presentation strategy
*schedule next Sketchfest
*PDF Kickstarter fulfillment.

I've been kicking butt on #junicorn:


There's an ACEO of Bran Stark snuck in there, too, from Sketchfest this weekend.

Of these, the following are available: 28, 22, 5, 19, 7 and 8. $15 for a single, 2/$20, 3/$25, 4/$30. Several of the previous batches are still unclaimed, too.

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