Psyching myself out for my second vaccination this weekend — gonna feel sick, feel sick, false alarm

Hopefully all goes well. I'm not squeamish about needles, but when you think about it, there's not too much difference between a penis ejaculating inside another person's body, and a needle expressing a chemical formula liquid into another person's body; and that's where I draw the line on willingly receiving flu shots.

I'm looking at my PC. It sits on a desk in the dining room. Nobody dines in the dining room. It hasn't been used for that purpose in years. It's a cluttered mess in here. boxes of junk, more boxes of junk, papers strewn everywhere, disorganization galore. But I can sit behind my desk, look at my computer and access more junk files in folder, and try to write. I do have ample elbow room for that purpose.

I have two apps on here that I'm eyeballing. Celtx, which I hear has an index card feature. Celtx is good because you can access your files from the cloud and Celtx has apps that work for desktop 'puters as well a mobile devices. Honestly though, I had to download a separate Celtx app for my mobile device. I have yet to use it, and I have yet to figure out where the index card feature resides in the desktop computer version. Meanwhile, I'm eager to explore Logline. That SON OF A BITCH cost me $25.

It seems friendly enough and I truly want to get started organizing an outline with it. I think I got rid of all my Save the cat books. I really liked the 3-act story structure they employ. When I first read that book, it was difficult not to explore my creativity for each of the sections described (while I was reading.) I have a bright red book to my left that I've never read: The devil's guide to Hollywood. I wonder what I can gank out of that for my outlining project. Oh look at the time. Must make my way to the salt mines now as I still have a day job.


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