It’s cold-ish. I want spring now. But if the last few years are any indication, it will be like this: a grey, too warm winter. A cold spell in early spring, after the plants start to shoot, then maybe two days of spring-like weather. After that heat and drought until summer. And then rain…
Enough weather talk, it gets old. Onwards to Cee’s Share Your World challenge .
Have you done something you truly want to do today?
Not yet today, I’m still at work and using my late lunch break for posting. But yesterday I started an online course: An Introduction to Screenwriting on FutureLearn. I have no intention of becoming a skript writer, but I find the course content very interesting and helpful for any kind of fiction writing. I hope to get a clearer picture about beats, generating tension, setting a scene and moving the story forward. It’s only two weeks, so I should be able to go through with it. I’ve done half of week 1 yesterday and it has been fun. I’m looking forward to later today when I’ll be continuing.
What can you help the world with?
I could say that I had my scientific discovery to help the world in the past, but the world wasn’t all that impressed. In everyday life I strive to be good at and helpful with what I do. I consider IT support a service, and helping staff in a hospital to go about their own (often critical) work smoothly is what I actively do for the world.
If life was ‘just a bowl of cherries’… which fruit other than a cherry would you be..?
An apple. Ordinary, but powerful. (insert evil cackle).
Quotes List: At least three of your favorite quotes?
I don’t really have a favourite quote. I like people who say intelligent and insightful things, and when they are quoted, maybe I re-quote. The other day I participated at the Three Quote Challenge here in the blogosphere and used Ursula K. Le Guin quotes on writing. There are many more quotes from her, so I’ll just chose three I like and throw them around in this post.
There you go, thank you, Cee, as always for the fun questions. Have a good week everyone.
Featured image: Apples on Tree by George Chernilevsky (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons