Tag: changing things for the better

  • The End of the World

    The End of the World

    Starting next week, we have building work. We expect it to last at least five months. This is already hugely traumatic for me, and we’ve not even started yet. However, it does explain why, in all these years, we’ve stayed in the same place. Moving would have destroyed me mentally, several times over. For now, […]

  • Lippy Kids

    Lippy Kids

    I could have spent this weekend fretting, or working. Instead, I’ve rearranged my entire working area. A remarkable amount of stuff has been tidied, even more thrown away. The last six months of detritus that’s gathered is put aside before we start September. It’s as much a psychological move as anything else. There needs to […]

  • Think

    Think

    Saying nothing, until you are capable of formulating a rational answer. It is a lost art, especially amongst the political. They would rather grasp the immediacy of the visual metaphor. It’s cleaner, easier and only requires your military to tear-gas a couple of blocks and not shut down the whole damn Capitol. Except, of course […]

  • Distant Light

    Distant Light

    What I need right now is RAT LOVE pic.twitter.com/aVcVswJ6cu — 🌗 Sarah Reeson 🌕 Precarious Epithet 🌓 (@MoveablePress) March 18, 2020 Everybody, meet Pip, who with her sister Dot will be acting as Emotional Support Rats going forward, and who take their jobs extremely seriously indeed. How things now pan out with both daughter and son […]

  • Pompeii

    Pompeii

    I'm tired of people projecting their fear onto me, because that's what all of this is, every day. You're scared of change, so you try and pretend that not only is it impossible, there's no point in trying. You are lying to me and yourselves. Fuck off. — 🗿 Sarah Reeson 🏙 Accidental Artist🗿 (@MoveablePress) […]

  • Superstition

    Superstition

    I'm very angry today. We'll use that to good effect. — 🗿 Sarah's Poems 📝 Less Grief Associates 🗿 (@AlternativeChat) February 12, 2019 I read an article over the weekend that suggests, quite rightly, that being angry is useful, assuming that ire can be channelled effectively. This has been happening for a while: identifying what […]

  • Begin Again

    Begin Again

    What changed your life is not the universal panacea to try and shove down everybody else's throats. What matters to you is often so horrendously subjective as to be incomprehensible to others. Find common ground. The greatest skill you'll ever learn is compromise. — 🗿Sarah's Brain 📝 Discussing Mental Health 🗿 (@AlternativeChat) February 10, 2019 […]

  • Let the Right One In

    Let the Right One In

    Holy shit. @RPGnet not fucking around. See, @jack, you colossal coward, it ain't that tough. pic.twitter.com/lk3AhNPVJ1 — Curtis's Reanimated Corpse (@rhinosaur) October 30, 2018 Anyone making money off the Internet cannot afford to upset anybody. The plan has to be, like it or not, that anybody’s money is good right up to the point where […]

  • Why

    Why

    This month, we’re doing stuff differently. I’ve been blogging in various forms for nearly a decade. Just writing that down sends a shiver through the soul: ten years. I’ve been out here for all that time and still, most days, my family doesn’t have a clue what I’m talking about. The number of people who enquire […]

  • The Race

    The Race

    Last night, there was a minor epiphany over my gaming lifestyle. In the past year or two I’ve bought a handful of games, none of which have been played with any seriousness, or indeed at all. The reason, of course, is simple; not enough time to do the things that really matter, and still fit in […]