Cutting my losses …
This morning I finally finished the revisions to Chapter1 *mostly*, which will end up either Chapter 2 or 3. It is way more than a day late, but hopefully not too short.
The *mostly* (should sound like Newt from Aliens) is because I am waiting on a primary source from the library. When I get it I will have to go back to change one paragraph, but I’m pretty comfortable with that.
Today’s problem is that my brain, motivation, and body all decided that finishing that chapter was good enough. I needed a two hour nap, and once I discovered the Luther marathon, well it really was all she wrote. Idris Elba people, Idris Elba.
So, right now I am trying really hard not to beat myself up about my productivity today.
All day I have been mulling where to go next. Continue on to Chapter 2, where I can work through feed back, or go back to the Preface/Introduction/Chapter 1 type thing, where I need to actually produce new stuff.
In other news, apparently I watch bad television so you don’t have to. This week I set the dvr to record the series premiere of Perception. Apparently, both dvr settings were set to record, and there was nothing recorded he wanted to watch, so the DH ended up watching Perception first. A few days later he mentioned how bad it was.
Foolish me, I chalked it up to his lack of love for the police procedural. Last night, when my brain was completely fried from the week, I turned on Perception, thinking it might as well give it a try. Ummm, wow, just wow. I don’t remember the last thing I have seen that was such a jumble of cliches and really improbable situations.
- Brilliant, but mentally ill / sick (we don’t know) college professor – he hallucinates, possibly schizophrenic, who’s specialty is “forensic neuropyschiatry”
- Determines one suspects innocence by diagnosing rare neurological condition
- “Consults” for the FBI in his spare time – because apparently he never has to prep for class and/or grade
- Determines another suspect is lying by showing the tape to a mental patient who functions as a human lie detector.
- FBI agent is former student, barely looks 22 but has already been promoted/demoted from the field office to Quantico and back. Oh, and whoever this girl is – worst actress ever – really, it is not even worth looking up her name.
House meets Monk meets the Mentalist = worst television ever.
Normally, I am generous with a new show and give it the entire first season, but Perception has already been removed from the dvr settings.