TARDIS – an exercise in geekery

Spent this morning in bed playing James Moran's TARDIS with my partner. Leaving aside the fact that they really need some new puzzle games, the opportunity to explore the Doctor's Drawing Room, examine the consoles in details, and then START THE TARDIS was pretty freakin' awesome. To the point, perhaps, where the plot was sacrificed for The Greater Geek, but, hey, I'm not complaining!...
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A cacophony of projects

I managed to knock out a second draft of the Steampunk Assassins screenplay and my pet editor is on that. However, I then picked up my friends' project and set about a draft of a screenplay that completely changes their plot and characters, but fulfils the central requirement of: Old!Robin Hood. For research purposes, I watched Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, which is cheesy awful and yet So Bad It's Good. I also have an important work project due next week, a cross-stitch with a deadline of this weekend, and I just signed up to a new challenge for my little fanfiction hobby. This is a disaster - but quite an enjoyable one!...
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The Artist’s Studio

The problem with being creative is that one rarely stops at one thing. So, I write. And I love writing. Writing is probably my number one hobby, and has been for some years now. However, tonight I started a new cross stitch. And tomorrow I have dance class, and I was meant to practise this evening. Also, I have Welsh on Thursday and I haven't done my homework yet, so I'll have to do that tomorrow before work. Obviously, my novel hasn't got a look-in. This is a terrible state of affairs, but I'm a writer, a stitcher, a dancer and a linguist. Oh, and I guess I have a job and a partner and other mundane things that should probably take up some of my time. Eating and sleeping would be good too. Bring on the 36-hour day!...
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