Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Midnight Oil

Well, my sleep pattern is all screwed up again. It is 7:00 AM and I just got done with my edits on my next release, OF THE LIGHT. (A romantic science-fiction) I didn't realize how much work needed to be done on it. I have only gone through 38 pages of over 250. I may have to do another quick comb-over when I am finished.

I also managed to post a new poem on my Goodreads account, in "My Writing" section. I put it in the "The Bitter The Better" collection. It's called, DOOMED. (And that's just how I feel right about now.) LOL

Don't you just love burning that midnight oil?

On occasion, I will glance out of the window and look at the snow on the ground. It's not much, but for somebody who loves snow like I do, it is a welcomed sight.

I also posted a new song on Youtube. (It's called, Can't Say No) And soon, I may jump onto Twitter real quick and check that out for a few.

I have barely eaten the past few days. I have dropped about 5 pounds. LOL Not that I need to lose any, but I guess it doesn't hurt, does it? That is about how much I probably picked up over the holidays with mom's lasagna.

My producer wants to video-tape our next recording session. I'm not quite sure what I think about that. He wants me to post it on Youtube. We are not scheduled to record until around early or mid March. I am going to Columbus on Sunday, Jan. 8th to start working on my new song. Currently, that song will probably be a new one I wrote just a few months ago called, SAID AND DONE. Although, I reserve the right to change my ever changing mind. LOL (As I often times do) I have several songs ready to go so ... I'll decide on Sunday when I show up. I have a couple of other songs that I am anxious to get started on. (UTOPIA and BLOOD ON THE MOUNTAINSIDE) To be honest, SAID AND DONE was written for somebody specific of recent and I kind of don't want to record it. The wounds are still too fresh. But damn it, it's a pretty good song. I don't know. My producer loves it and is really geared up to work on it. As he told me a couple of days ago though, "It's your dime, dude." To which I responded. "Yes, it is my dime, isn't it?"

Okay, going to go for now. I am starting to feel tired. And hungry. We'll catch up later.


  1. I don't know... maybe you should record that song anyway...
    I know what you mean about the fresh wounds... and I can understand why you don't want to record it... It would remind you of what you've lost...and of the way you've felt...and feel... But...if something good may come out of something bad...?? Why not?? If it's really a good song...and your producer likes it...then maybe.. it might be your chance to get over all that pain... And then, in the end, that song could even give you good memories...and feelings...
    But, in the end, this is certainly your choice, and only yours, to make. ;)
    You just follow your heart... Do only what you feel it's right for you...
    Kisssssssss! :)

  2. You make a good point, Sara. Writing has always been my therapy. I will consider your comments. Thanks so much.


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