And So I Twitch

The truth is I pretty much lost it.

I want to do things, but as things spiral out of control, even when they are going well, there is no end until you bounce. So, in January, I hit and bounced. Now I understand that this year has been shitty for a lot of people, and in someways, I have had a share of the shitty as well.

But fuck, other things are going great.

I managed to touch on things I hadn’t done in a year. I wove a scarf. Started a knitting project. Played a video game I loved. Read, wrote, and found a few more things. Last year I had started to live stream on YouTube. I liked it. But this article made me want to try Twitch.

And so as of now I Twitch. Not just games, not just anything. No one may read my books, but I could write them online. I could play online, code online, do stuff online. Why not? Right now the only thing stopping me is maybe me and my dog.

And my dog doesn’t mean to.

Twitch.

Look, I have trouble asking for help (need to write moving email). I don’t go anywhere unless I’m explicitly invited. I will not assume that by talking about something in front of me, that means I can go to (and even if I really really want I probably won’t ask).

So maybe I just do this and that’ll be okay.

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