I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. I suck at blogging.
That said, it’s not because I’m just crap at updating. I have a lot on at the moment. I’m on my second year at uni, and that’s more involved this year than it was last year. And then there’s work, and the kids. You’d think that having all of my kids in school all day would make things easier, but no. My youngest is a pain in the butt and thinks it’s ok not to go to school. Technically he doesn’t have to go yet, but it’d be nice if he did.
NaNoWriMo was a success this year. 85k by halfway through the month. God only knows how I managed it, but I did. Yay!
I’ll update again soon, I promise.
PS: Soon may be some time in the distant future. I’m unreliable.
This morning, I read a comment on an article about Donald Trump (who else?) in which it was inferred that anyone who described people who aren’t male as “females” should be instantly ignored for some supposed moral crime against slightly over half of the human race. So seriously, WTF, humanity? Why can’t I be female? Continue reading “What the hell is wrong with being female?”
I don’t know if you’ve seen the list of “42 cultural quirks of Brits that Americans need to know before visiting London” that Hayley Bloomingdale wrote for Vogue. She claims to have gleaned this insight from living in London for ten months, and apparently it applies to the whole of Britain. Quote: In my short time here I have made the following observations and I can conclude that London is not Manhattan. In reading this one article, I have determined that Ms Bloomingdale is certifiable. Continue reading “Britain > Hayley Bloomingdale”