Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Today I’m over there

Just when I was about to Unleash the Gloom, I’ve discovered my next blog post is up on the Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook website! In it I talk about OARS (Over-Active Research Syndrome). If you have time do pop over and leave me a comment – be great to hear your thoughts.

Click here to read about Over-Active Research Syndrome/

As for the Gloom… oh dear. There are a few reasons for the Gloom, mainly circling around living arrangements that need to be better arranged, not winning the lottery (which would greatly help the first reason), commuting in hot weather and general work / life balance doing its best Jedi mind trick - ‘There is no balance. Move along.’

But it’s cool (well, apart from if you are a commuter. Then it’s freakin’ hot.) I just have to keep focused on The Grand Plan. There is a new Grand Plan, y’see, and this one supersedes the other grand plan, which turned out not to be as grand as once thought. This new one rocks socks, it really does.

And because I have just heard from the vet that my Ginger boy is recovering nicely after having some dental work done, here’s a picture of him enjoying the sunshine.



Ps. Have changed my blog template slightly in the hope that it will sort out the annoying backlink problem. Here's hoping!

17 comments:

Linda Starr said...

Glad your cat is recovering; I may have to check out that post on over active research syndrome, I see myself in that phrase. Ha.

snafu said...

Nice cat, but boy are Vets expensive! SF has its problems too, too easy to start lecturing on physics you have just read about. You don't need to research the history 'cos you've made it up but I currently need to know how much energy you need to deflect several billion tons of loose ice in near Earth orbit travelling lickity split but I will think of something.

Old Kitty said...

Yay for Ginger! He's adorable!!

Good luck with your new Grand Plan!! Of course this one truly ROCKS!! Take care
x

E.R. King said...

Ginger is a beautiful cat. Look how happy he is outside in the sunshine!

Dolly said...

Oh Ginger looks sooo handsome and happy to have his teeth sorted. Good luck with the Plans, and well done on getting onto the Website for Authors! Well deserved is what I say! Glad you didn't change your header because I really like it.

Tyrean Martinson said...

Sweet pic!

KarenG said...

The new blog design looks great! And I am very curious to find out about your Grand Plan!

Peggy Eddleman said...

Ooo! I want to hear about the grand plan!

Out on the prairie said...

Poor kitty, i hope it recovers. I will have to check out your other action it sounds fun.

Deniz Bevan said...

Great photo! Glad to hear he's doing well.

Melissa Ann Goodwin said...

Oh to be a cat. They hardly ever feel gloomy. Glad yours is doing well - he LOOKs like he's doing well. I see no gloom there, whatsoever.

Jenny said...

He looks comfy in the sunshine. Can't wait til I can get a fur baby again one day! :)
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Damyanti said...

Your cat looks happy! Hope things sort themselves out for you soon!

Elizabeth Varadan aka Mrs. Seraphina said...

Left a comment "over there". Meanwhile, glad your cat is doing well.

Talli Roland said...

Yay for Ginger Boy recovering! Headed over to read your post now.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

How did I miss this photograph of the handsome Ginger!? Such a marvelous cat.

jbchicoine said...

That is one happy looking cat! Wish he were mine!

...really enjoyed your post over at Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook! Very cool!