Apr. 15th, 2017

khriskin: (Pondering)
I was going to sit down and cross-post the bits of the www.Martha.net blog manually (since I can't find a good auto-cross-poster) and that got me thinking about what I was going to post and why.

I mean for Dreamwidth (which I keep writing as DreamWidth, because: habit, yo!) to be more of a personal journal where I can write things that are too long for Facebook and not really important enough for the 'real' blog. I've found that I really missed the 'conversations with my future self' vibe of the old LJ entries and I want to try and start that up again.

Besides, journaling is good for your brain. Science says so. *solemn nod* Well science-ish. I am pretty sure I can dig up a better citation than that, but I am lazy.

So what gets posted here? Do I copy over the Saturday Story Prompts or will that just confuse Google? Fan Fiction is obviously okay, since I don't care at all which location search results return... but what about all the molding and casting posts that make up most of my search traffic? Or the model horses and other artwork?

It all comes down to where I want search engines to direct people, I suppose. 

So I think this blog will get all of the conversations around the creation of things and the blog will get the end results. So this is my blog of rough drafts and failed experiments and LIFE goldarnit and the other one can be all polished and pretty. I can pretend I am a grownup better there. ;)
khriskin: (NotAmused)
I was working on cutting down wood for my idea on how to build the supports for the shelf on the fish gazebo when I tripped on the second step of the deck and fell. Hard.

I very very rarely fall (I think the last time I can remember doing it was over seven years ago) so I had forgotten how much it hurts to hit the deck on your knees (or just below) and palms of the hand.


And ow some more. (And maybe a little cursing and feeling sorry for myself.)

It looks like I mostly fell on my left leg (yay?) and there's a hand-sized bump that already swelling and starting to turn darkish. My knee itself feels fine, but the leg right under the knee not so much. I'm icing it and took some Advil, but I have a horrible feeling this is going to take more than a bit of rest to sort out. 

I came back in to sit down and get some writing or art done, since woodworking is a wash, but I can't sit at a chair. Bending the leg is ow.

So I'm propped up in bed because darnit I'm going to get words on the page if I can't make art.

And darnit, this better just be a 'wait it out bruise', I hate doctors. *sighs*

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