A good friend of mine, Branden Hall, uses a startling metaphor to describe what it’s like when scheduling has gone insane, when too many projects are due at once, and when, in general, “overwhelmed” isn’t a strong enough adjective. He aptly calls this feeling “drinking from the fire hose,” which fairly describes how I felt while writing my books last year. Somehow, the image always makes me chuckle.
It’s been about six months since I last wrote an entry here, and that’s much too long! A handful of regular readers have even checked in to ask what’s going on, which I appreciate. The simple truth is that I’ve been catching up on things other than Flash (and work in general), and it has honestly taken this much time. In fact, I’m still not as caught up as I’d like. (For example, I have nearly two hundred comments to get to from this blog! I feel awful about the delay — some messages are easily a year old — but I keep chipping away at them and do intend to eventually work my way through.) Keep reading »