Re: CHAT: Motherhood and conlanging, WAS: Re: isolating conlangs
|From:||Amanda Babcock Furrow <langs@...>|
|Date:||Monday, February 26, 2007, 2:05|
On Sun, Feb 25, 2007 at 10:00:33AM -0500, Mia Soderquist wrote:
> Congratulations on your bubbit! (We've taken to calling babies 'bubbits'
> I find it helps to carry a notebook and take advantage of the natural
> downtime associated with motherhood, e.g. sitting in the pediatrician's
> waiting room.
I'll remember that this will be a source of downtime down the line when
he's less hands-on :) (Currently a 9-month-old, and no strategy for
using downtime seems to suffice for more than a month before it is out
Though for me, I think saving up for the sort of PDA one can run Linux
on sounds more to the point. All my stuff is online; anything jotted
down on paper is non-canonical by default...
> The time issue and the issue of getting to the end of a
> particularly hard day and feeling like you've got a head full of pudding
> where your brain used to be certainly do put a dent in the ol' conlanging,
Particularly the latter!
> It's nice to be remembered, especially when I've only been lurking around
> for quite a while.
I've been here since 1990, or early 1991. It's been many different lists
in that time.