Things are going well for me, it seems. I have been asked to do two interviews, gained a special mention in another contest and found today that I now have 106 watchers. Phew! That's a lot of watchers for somebody with only three poems. I also have 6,300 pageviews, which is ridiculous as I had 5,000 just last month. I think I'd better submit some more deviations!
Those of you who keep up with my awfully mundane life may have heard that I have been unwell. This is why I had to stop at 30 during my 50 Critique Challenge for `Kneeling-Glory's critique contest. I have had some x-rays done and it looks as though I'll need major surgery and a replacement (or two) on my hips. I'll be a bionic woman! I thank all of you wonderful deviants who have been so supportive this month.
In other news, I have a blog! I will be featuring it in a box on my page soon, but until then you can read it yourself here or alternatively, like my Facebook page or follow me on Twitter. All subscriptions, comments, ratings and so forth are greatly appreciated. It isn't particularly interesting now, but I have some (hopefully) very exciting posts in the works!
You will be among the first generation that began the next step in human evolution, leading us more closely to the beautiful cyber-punk world of Deus Ex & Blade Runner! That's a thing to be proud of!
On a more serious note I hope the operation goes lightly and without any problems. After all I just read your 3 poems and I formed a rather interesting idea in my mind, which however I will share with you after some time as I want to paint it completely in my mind, during dreaming while sleeping, which is not very often.
On a not so selfless note good luck with the operation and don't, don't replace tea with coffee. Way trying to stay awake with coffee when you can sleep yourself with tea and dive your mind into all the wild beauty of the dreams?
If our world was to be evolving into a world of cyber-punk and post-modern steampunk machinery, I would fall to my knees and announce my faith in a God. Knowing that I am just one small step closer to such a dream, I am now blissfully happy. Thank you.
Interestingly, although I have always had curious dreams, since I started drinking coffee they have been so much more well-formed and wonderfully vivid. Although some have been terrifying, they are still stories and I am enjoying going to sleep at night. Although, strange dreams could just be a side effect of the Amitriptyline I was given for my headaches...
I am intrigued by your idea. No, really; I am an awfully curious sort. Please may you tell me now?
I'm glad that you are now happy for being a part of our future evolution. It is the right thing!
Coffee just disturbs my sleep and my dreams, making them way too abstract and intermittent, thus not allowing me to understand them completely. That is why I drink only one cup of coffee very early in the morning and do not touch any more until the end of the day.
Also, I'm not going to reveal you my idea, but I will tell you that it combines graphic design and poetry in a way.
How strange. I think I will forgo coffee completely today now, just to see if my dreams are any less fragmented. I know that they are vivid and continuous, but my memory isn't the greatest, and I tend to have two or three long dreams in a night. I only remember the last one the best.
That sounds absolutely amazing! I wish I could know more now.
If it is of interest to you, a deviant has combined his graphic design with my poetry once before, creating a very interesting result: [link]
I'm sorry for the late reply, but life is a busy thing, don't you think?
How did abandoning coffee for a day influenced your dreams? I am quite interested if the change was the same as the one I underwent after I stopped drinking coffee. Are the dreams more clear and connected, because I without coffee I seem to be able to link certain parts of my dreams to real life events and objects much easier.
That graphic is indeed interesting, but it is not in my taste. My idea is a bit bigger speaking in size and quantity of the final result.
I am sorry to hear about your hips. I will likely need the same on my left hip in the future as I was born with subluxation hip dysplasia. But I'm safe for now, thankfully. I am sure that the surgery will go fine though, they do hip replacements all the time! Keep us updated and let us know what happens Best of luck if you do end up having the surgery!
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`anmari has been spreading her infectious positivity throughout our community for over 6 years. Throughout this time Ana has been at the core of all things devious, passionately developing an eclectic gallery, helping organise devmeets, participating in chat events and also recently completed dedicating her time as a Community Volunteer. We are absolutely delighted to bestow the Deviousness Award for May 2013 to `anmari, congratulations! Read More