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It's almost like I was on this super strict diet, and then I ate a doughnut, or something, and that little derailment was all I needed to just say screw it, and fold on the whole thing. So, I've kind of decided to get back to my old routine, and not try to force anything. Because, the truth is, I really just started doing Squidoo because, I wanted to promote my drawing, and encourage myself to continue drawing, but the truth was, I was so caught up in trying to keep up with the challenge that I wasn't really getting a chance to draw.
I mean, I have a family, and a full-time job that my boss expects me to show up for every day. So, I've set my own schedule, which I'm not going to tell you about, so that I don't have to feel bad when I break that. Anyway, I can at least get back to drawing sometimes, which is what I really want to be doing.
Along with the ninjas, I updated my How To Draw Breeds Of Cats article with a new cat, a Siamese. I'm pretty pleased. I think it turned out great.
One thing that's been on my mind, has been the coming of Metal Hurlant Chronicles to Syfy Channel. I've been really excited about this, but I still haven't watched it, because I dropped my cable, which you can read about when I Cut the Cable, Go With Roku. Anyway, because of that, I won't be able to keep up with the series until its completion, and then I can buy it on Amazon, or some other place like that. I'm really looking forward to it, and I'd love to hear what others are saying about it, who've watched it on Syfy.
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When will such as service be available in the US? Never you say? Come on people! We need to rise up against the evil cable companies and demand that we have direct access to channels such as HBO and MTV if we want them. We don't want to pay exorbitant monthly prices on hundreds of channels that include lifetime and oxygen or whatever else you may not really care about. I mean come on. What's the deal? We want Game of Thrones without the hassle!