Tuesday, July 04, 2006

VP and how the clock works

I got into Viable Paradise. I've wanted to do this workshop since I found out about it.

Last year, I just didn't feel like my writing skills and dedication to the craft were up to par, to really get the most from the experience.

I'm awfully happy. This should be a big part of learning how the clock works.*





*Two of my dearest friends once pointed out that if someone gave me a pillowcase full of watch and clock parts, I couldn't rest until I'd learned to reassemble all the bits, and then proceeded to deconstruct clock theory in general; whereas a saner person might just run out to the local store and purchase the clock they wanted. They say I approach writing and publishing the same way. It seems to be symptomatic of how my brain works in general.

12 comments:

Lisa Spangenberg said...

O wonderful, wonderful, and most wonderful wonderful! and yet again wonderful! and after that, out of all whooping!

Chiffonista said...

Congratulations, fellow X-er! =D Er... X-man. Gen-X.

Woot!

-Linda

Mac said...

Heh. Thanks, Lisa--you're pretty wonderful of wonderful, your ownself.

Linda! Nice to see you here. *g* Congratulations right back atcha!

emeraldcite said...

Congrat's Mac!

You'll have to tell us how it goes!

Jean Marie said...

How incredibly cool for you, Mac! Congratulations, you! And then some. Yikes! Okay, I'm a little bit excited for you. Just a little. Well, maybe a lot!

TillyLost said...

Woohoo!

Have a wonderful time, and please tell those of us who are insanely jealous all about it when you get back.:o)

Lori said...

Congratulations, MacAllister, I'm so very proud of you.

Dawno said...

Congratulations!! I know it will be a great experience and that you'll have a ton of fun. Give Unca Jim a big ol' squishytacklehuggle for me and embarass the heck outta the both of you - you can always blame Dawno! :-)

Andrea said...

Congratulations!

Teddy said...

Congrats You...
Sounds like some cool stuff goes on there...

Lisa A. said...

I never had a doubt. :)

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