Dag to hundrede otteogtres. Well, here we are, saturday. Great stuff. Not feeling so great myself, though. Didn't get up until 1:00, and not because I'm a tired teenager (though I am that too), but because I was sleeping off my flu/stress (fless? stru?). I guess that's why. I usually don't wake up so late. But lucky me for getting the sleep, I guess.
Good news; I managed to write a good chunk of Cronas 13, which I know you're all very interested in (hahaha sarcasm right there). I haven't written it in a few days, and I want to get it done as soon as possible. So, yes, much progress being made. Much progress on the various scenes (one character just killed himself very dramatically, whilst starting a whole bunch of new mysteries), but not so much if you think about how much I've got to go until the end. Two thirds of the way there, I'd say. The hardest thing is that, as I progress further into the story, each section takes longer to write because I've got to refer back more and more, and they're ending up being longer. Yeesh.
ps. Please watch this. It's Hoppípolla, by Sigur Rós, an Icelandic band. You've certainly heard it before, Icelandic or not. In fact, I think the Icelandic lyrics really contribute to the feel of the song. Watch watch watch... and listen, of course!
Okies, we're still on the photography topic, don't forget, so I found this British photograher Daniel Freytag via the awesome blog It's Nice That.
One of his sets, called 'Recreational Area', is very interesting. Let's check it out: