Boy, do I have some Tales to Tell...
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
 
I've decided to take on a project. A project that I know I have not one iota of talent in. Not a single bit. Sure I can go through the technical motions to manage and complete this project BUT I do know that the outcome will definitely not be stellar. It probably will not even be mediocre. In all honesty, the results will be so awful, I will not show them to anyone. Maybe, not even my partner.

I was inspired to start this project by a blogger (and yes, it's one of the two I have a crush on). I knew that I had no talent whatsoever when it came to what I had to do. But I needed to step out of my comfort zone. I've always taken on projects that I know I have some knowledge in. I tend to do things that I know I will, at the very least, come up with someting better than average. But, as I said before, I won't be sending ripples in the fabric of artistry; still waters will be... still.

A huge reason for my undertaking is to see what I am capable of doing. I am not sure what I will discover with this project. I hope I do discover something. I don't expect to discover too much; just something will be fine. It doesn't have to be ground-breaking. It just has to be a discovery. Wish me luck. Later.
 
Comments:
Good luck! Let us know how it goes...
 
You are being so mysterious lately Tim... my curiosity grows!

A.B.
 
Good luck with things. I will keep an eye to see how it progresses. I love mysteriousness.

Have a great day,
Kevin in New Zealand.
 
Of course, we all wish you good luck. Don't sweat it... It will be great!
 
hmmmm....what could it be?
 
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