I can’t believe we’re through with August now.
I’d say that August was a month of change for me this year. I’ve made a lot of good (and bad!) decisions, which will echo into the months ahead. Overall, though, it was a decently productive month for me.
Some Things of Note Which Happened in this Month
Mikaela and I shared a formal date: For dinner, we went to A La Maison. We also made a commitment to try to make long distance work while she’s at school.
A local band, “Short Lived Affair”, broke up. They played a great last show, and I will miss their music now… They were a great rock band.
My Sunday and Thursday campaigns are both on hold for now due to everyone’s life being too full for such a committment.
I learned to play horse shoes at a picnic.
Skype rolled out a release which makes linux users install pulseaudio. For me, this meant I won’t be using Skype. Instead, I’ve switched to Hangouts by Google and so, I’ve now become more insterested in Plus.
Some Things I Have Accomplished in this Month
For One, I started writing posts on this website, Tumbling Owl. I haven’t missed a single day so far, either. I’m proud.
I started Laurel Lee, my first album of harp music. It should be out this year.
I chose to start to exercise again, and have begun to follow that program.
I played an open mic nearby my house: Space Plague was hosting, and I played my harp.
And Ruby became something that I like to work using. This site was built with it.
Looking at September
My final thoughts about August: It was a lot of fun, even when it was hard. I got a lot of things started and now, as I move on to September, I am excited to see how they all come out.
I’ll see You then. Until that time, take care.