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I didn’t start dancing until I was in college, but I’ve always liked reading, and writing, and editing…. When I was younger – before I started hanging with mavis beacon – I used to really like books to write in. I can remember getting several for birthdays. I still use them now for choreography.
There’s something about one’s most personal (for artist = creative) thoughts that seems anti-septic to harness via computer.
Anyway, somehow, having an attractive group of papers (even now) makes me more confident in my thoughts. I know I’m not alone there. I’ve found that’s the way it is with blogging, too. (and for some, social media outlets as well.)
I transferred over to a new theme about two weeks ago, but hadn’t had the chance to build it out, so it was visually very un-appealing. I’ve suddenly gotten a bunch of freelance work – which is awesome – and haven’t been able to work on my own stuff.
I found myself not attracted to writing on here because of the lack of grace in the ‘book’. I’m pleased to have just made a few changes adding a modicum of grace to this theme. (Still have to update my very-out-of-date blogroll. Been meaning to add a bunch of friend’s blogs who I follow.)
Also – this is the last post that will occur on the DCBlog43 url. I started this a few years ago, and have found my career developing to a place where such a fanciful title is simply not the best I can do. I’ll be moving this over to RobBettmann.com when I have a few minutes soon.