Time

Time5

It has been awhile. Things have changed, they oft times do.

Im sat at my new desk, in my new spot, inhaling the coffee sat between my arms as I type in comfort. No longer cooped up in a corner, keyboard disappearing under a deluge of life’s clutter, it is a wonderful space, one which I don’t take for granted.

It has come at a cost as all things do, the debate over its eventual creative worth vs physical and mental effort expended can be had by others.

A long time ago . . . in a dusty itchy spider infested loft space a dream started.

Time1

Many, many laters . . .

Time2

So here I sit, listening to Avantasia slightly too loud through some exquisitely responsive headphones, typing nonsense and drinking coffee. I have a bit of sorting out to do but that happens over time as you begin to use a space, you can’t pre-plan every aspect of a creative space, it has to grow and evolve with use and time.

What I have here is a rough draft that will be worked into a final form, the creative process will itself form the space it is created in.

Oh yes . . . running.

Haven’t done any of that since, erm <checks last entry> October 3rd last year.

<insert favoured expletive>

Best go for a run then.

Time3

The hot weather has finally broken and the top of East Hill is shrouded in low cloud, drizzle hangs lazily in the cool air, perfect. I grab Lilly and we head off down the road. I run a very short route through the fields and then back into the park before both Lilly and I mutually agree to walk back up the hill to home.

Time4

I think she was happy.

Especially at the bit when we both ended up in the ford.

Squelchy running shoes are the best.

We’re back.

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