Friday, 19 June 2015

Thoughts on my current book

It's been a while.
 So much real life is consuming my time that I feel myself becoming more and more grounded. That's probably the problem with my book recently. It's been more than two weeks since I've written anything fresh, my heads getting clogged and I can't focus. The weekend just isn't long enough, and I can't seem to relax and clear my mind for long enough to allow any ideas to develop.

I was so excited about this story, and now I can't seem to figure out the answers to the questionable gaps that are appearing. I need this book to be a good one, so it reminds me who I am, and drags my mind out of the whirlpool of reality.
I'm utterly lost. Even if I knew where the answers were I wouldn't have time to find them. a nasty little voice is snarling "Welcome to adult life" and no matter how many pencil skirts I wear or skills I learn, a part of me is just not ready to be grown up.

Saturday, 13 June 2015

86.) Make an Alien feel welcome on Earth

Who's seen the movie Paul? it and ask yourself if you found an alien, would you turn it into NASA for a ton of money but likely get murdered for data protection, or would you make the alien welcome on our planet?

I gave an Alien a true English welcome, this is Pauls year on earth:

Please meet Paul.
(Halloween Party)

Pauls first Christmas

Summer took Paul by surprise, space is a much colder climate than here, however he did enjoy a Smirnoff Ice

Me showing Paul the fish pond, he was very interested in other species.

Walking with Paul

Paul helped with the gardening, he was keen to see how our plant life grows

Me and Paul: By the time Paul needed to return home, we'd made a real bond.