06/30/17 Diary: Non-Stop




This week was non-stop. NON-STOP.  But I finished up my sort-of-annual visiting of friends in the Pacific Northwest. There’s still a bunch of people I didn’t get to see,  and every spare moment I had was put into finding a coffee shop to get a bit of work in and I am tired — but so happy. I love my friends and community so much, even if they are a scattered crowd with so much social-anxiety that few of them know each other. See you next year!


  1. Peter Rogan

    I must say I’m refreshed and made envious by your posts from the peregrinations of science and art. They keep me alive to possibilities not yet grasped, nor even properly thought of yet. Thank you for the window to possibilities.

  2. widdy

    I was at first skeptical of the diary updates. I now realize my skepticism was a projection of what my weekly diary would look like. As the weeks have gone by your diary has become my favorite part of the week. Peter Rogan has said it perfectly.

    1. Sometimes I let myself do activities like hiking. But no. Not really. No TV shows except occasionally we’ll watch an old episode of “Jeeves and Wooster” or something. Barely even read (except audiobooks while drawing). And when visiting, every moment not socializing is a scramble to keep up on work.

      But it’s not stressful. Well, I mean, there are moments. But drawing, working, visiting, traveling, they are all fun and a joy for me. So it’s an overbooked bu oddly awesome life right now.

  3. Night-Gaunt49

    What a tremendous breath of fresh air with your reports on your activities, where you went, to whom you met, ate, laughed etc. Getting to see what other people do. I found it all very exciting and interesting and glad you— Christopher, allowed us to catch a glimpse of it. And all this while you were still working must have been an added burden and just shows how amazing you are for still keeping up.

    Thank you once again for giving us a slice of your life.

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