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Working Relations
by D.D. Weldons
 
It has been a while since I have written anything. I have a tendency to write things (vaguely) related to my life and this story continues that. I also have a tendency to let the story almost write itself, so at this point, I have no idea where I am going with it. Please bear with me:

Working Relations - part 10

Working Relations
Part 10
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Working full time, taking 9 hours, doing a side gig, and actually having quality time for my son has been tricky. I managed to hack out another episode. Sorry for the extended wait,

By the way, do you know the address of the lion's den? ~DD

Working Relations - part 9

Working Relations
Part 9
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Sorry for the delay! I have been sick, rushed, pushed, and generally out of sorts since before I finished the last episode.
I hope this makes up!

But who is the mystery woman???? ~DD

Homework reigns

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Technical writing is a necessary evil but Tech Writing courses are an invention of the devil.

I have too much homework today and most probably will not get an episode posted.

Sorry, but I hope to do better tomorrow,

DD

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Working Relations - Part 4

Working Relations
Part 4
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I wanted to make this section twice as long for missing yesterday but my time has not been my own.
Here is what I had time to do. Sorry there is not more.
I hope you will enjoy it until I have time to do you all some justice -- DD

Working Relations - Part 3

Working Relations
Part 3
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PLEASE, if you read part 2 before I edited and added to it, re-read that before reading this.
Part 2 is now roughly twice as long as it was originally.
Meanwhile, here is part three, hope ya like it!

Days go by...

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I have been having the itch to write for a few months but nothing really gelled in my mind.

I have gone back to school and I have my GPA up to over a 3.7. I am trying very hard to get a *real* job instead of the dead-end mistake I have now.

So, since I am home recovering from a UTI I decided to start hashing something out.

Working Relations is just a springboard to get into a good story. The transgender aspects fall in later.

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Working Relations - Part 1

Working Relations
by D.D. Weldons
 
It has been a while since I have written anything. I have a tendency to write things (vaguely) related to my life and this story continues that. I also have a tendency to let the story almost write itself, so at this point, I have no idea where I am going with it. Please bear with me:

A bit of blarg about nothing....

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I've slowly been switching from Wimpdoze to Linux (specifically, Ubuntu 8.04, Hardy Heron). The longer I use it, the more I realize I did *exactly* the right thing. This began slightly before I finally put feet to the realization (which I'd known for years, but was scared to leave my comfort zone) that I am a member of the working poor and applied to a near by university to finish (after a 21 year hiatus) my bachelor's degree. I'm returning to get a degree in Computer Engineering. I intend to use this route to get a *real* job.

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The life of dreams

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As I become more proficient in remembering my dreams, they lead me down a meandering path.

I blogged a few months ago telling what a cool dream I had. Yet, recently, I've had two dreams showing I still have a long path to tread.

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Another post from my myspace blog

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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Dreams
Current mood: animated
Category: upbeat Dreams and the Supernatural

This week, I had a very odd dream concerning cats, land yachts, bull dozers, little gray haired grannies, lace doilies and over-size lips.

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I have my laptop back!

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Acer returned my laptop this week, complete with a new hard drive and completely reloaded software.

I'll be picking up the pieced of where I left off soon, and for my 3 fans (special thanks to all three of you!), I shall soon be back with more installments of Nothing Stranger Than Life.

Y'all have fun and thanks for your patience.
DD

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Laptop

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My laptop hard drive is sick. I think I have my story safely recovered into another partition but I have no back up of the work I had done other than what I have posted here to bigcloset.

At this point, I am diagnosing if it is only a data/software issue or if the hard drive needs replacement.

I guess further installments of Nothing Stranger Than Life will be delayed until I deal with this minicrisis.

Y'all have fun,
D

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Nothing Stranger Than Life, Chapter 22

I wrote this chapter quickly before work this morning, but I wanted to keep my hand in play.

It is short but might be important later, depending on my muse. I hope you enjoy!

DD

Nothing Stranger Than Life, Chapter 16

Sorry for the break in the action. Between work being a real pain in the posterior and a vacation because work was being a real pain the posterior, it has been a while since I could string enough minutes together to finish a chapter... and now... on to the story

Shopping with the spousal unit? Will wonders never cease?

Continuing daily drama

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Hi y'all, just wanted to let you know I am still "in-progess" on Nothing Stranger than Life. Life continues to intrude on my endeavors, but I will continue to persevere. (I hope!)

Much thanks now go to aardvark for his thoughtful remarks.

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Nothing Stranger Than Life

Hi again! I have not written anything in a long time. I hope you enjoy this. The story is strictly from my own mind, for better or worse, but a lot of the basic beginning theme come from real life. How weird, huh? Don't forget to comment and expect regular episodes often!

WARNING!

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I have the first few pages of a new story started. I have had ideas float freely through my damaged brain for months, years even, but nothing concrete enough to actually take the time to type, though I did have an outline going on a science fiction type story, but I lost that and don't know where to look for it.

Anyway, this is mostly about the absurdity of real life and how it can so easily be way more weird than anything we could dream up if we tried.

Y'all have fun and I hope to have it finished soon

DD Weldons

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Checking in

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I hadn't submitted anything in so long, I thought I would drop a line to my blog. Nothing is really happening with me. I do have a few story ideas but I seem to have motivational problems getting them from brain to electrons. I do drop in and read occassionally.

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All work and no fun

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My programming project has mired significantly. I've switched from managing the data in SQL to Access for short term convenience because VB 2003 .net doesn't support what I want to do extensively enough for now without writing entire toolboxes of interface routines.

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Postponements, etc

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I'm tired of not working with computers full time, anymore. As a result, I've (kind of intentionally) bitten off a large chunk, quite possibly more than I can chew. At least at first. (I'm writing an entire restaurant POS system in VB 2003 .net using SQL as my data management.) As a result, all creative writing is on hold.

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Futher musings

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5Oct2005 - Not much has been happening for me, lately. I am a channel operator, in the form of a temp op (basically a reservist for when the registered ops are not available) in an IRC channel now. There is a 50/50 chance I will be installed as a permanent op. This is only interesting in its irony. The channel is a flirt channel. Meanwhile, I hate me. I don't like men. I'm not attracted to women (except that I love to watch them and either admire their style or pick them apart for lack of it, though I keep my thoughts to myself on that point). I even hate sex (just accept it at face value). I'm not sure why I go there, much less as much as I do.

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My very first blog and blog entry

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10 Sept 05 I've never really tried a blog before. At this point, I'm strictly engaging in the novelty of a new toy. I'm sure that'll wear off quickly.

I recently (very lightly) edited Perchance to Dream and compiled it from 8 seperate serial parts into one complete story. It has had a few reads (74) but no comments. My insecurity is screaming "NO ONE BLARGING LIKES IT!". My rational mind is all about "it's a numbers game, someone will eventually like it enough to write and they probably represent some sample percentage" or "It's been posted on a previous version of BigCloset, it's yesterdays news. Get over it and write something fresh". That mollifies me for a moment that I panic again and go back to "NO ONE BLARGING LIKES IT!". What can I say? Insecurity is a big player in my life. I'll deal with it as best I can, in the meantime.

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