A couple of weeks ago I had one of those days, a day when everything goes wrong and bad news keep dropping, it's like destiny or fate or chance, whatever it is, takes it out on you. Those days are really awful. But fortunately with age comes experience and you start to know how to deal with these things.
You don't have to do anything.
Because you can't do anything.
It's your turn and it's happened to you, quoting Bunbury "what happens to everybody happens to you", and today you are on the bad side of probability.
I used to suffer a lot because I stood up against destiny, because I didn't want to let bad luck get the better of me and I wanted to stick my head out and prove that I was the strongest. I am not, believe me I am not. Now I smell those days, I identify them immediately and I know what I have to do, damage control, take care of what is urgent and leave for tomorrow what I can. That's all.
I cry if I need to, raise my fist against the cruel sky and get into bed as soon as possible, with a good book or a comic book, no cell phones or TV, reading, something that will force my brain to be distracted.
And statistics has this magic, sooner or later the storm passes and it is then when you can start cleaning up the wreckage, never before.
Before I continue I want to apologize for not replying to the comments here, I have lost the habit, when there was no Facebook or Twitter and I only had my blog, I kept it better, but now I thought that nobody commented.
So, thank you very much for commenting here, and sorry for not replying sooner, I'm going to get my priorities straight.
I'm working on things that I can't share, it's going to be a long period of not being able to show anything, but in the meantime I think I can give you a preview of the scans of my latest batch of commissions.
We're not back to Streaming de Dibujantes or role-playing continuity yet, but maybe, maybe, who knows, there will be something like an Inktober this year, don't tell anyone I told you about it here!