It’s a rainy Friday at the tail of a busy week. The good news is that I’ve made vast progress trying to get myself organized – which I needed to do since I’ve also taken on a second job – part time and unpaid – for a nonprofit, so that I can do some work in my intended second career while continuing along with my first. But now that I’m mostly caught up, I can get a bit more serious about writing – I’m planning to do Camp NaNo this July, so I’m setting myself up for a very busy summer.
Since I figure we all need a bit of Douglas Adams from time to time, I though I’d share this for weekend contemplation purposes.
“A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.”
Enjoy the weekend.