And I wrote about it, the day after, on August 29, 2008.
One of the nice things about having a blog that goes back to 2002 is discovering all sorts of things that you’d thought you’d forgotten, but then re-learn from going back through older entries. I noticed over the weekend that the General/Early category is so large, and contains so many entries, that it’s practically useless; so I started fixing them… and found all sorts of treasures:
- A 2008 post of early farming villages, with some very rough sketch-art attached.
- A 2008 post of my fire-spinning efforts.
- A 2008 post about fire-breathing.
A 2007 hymn to the summer deity, Aestas.
- A 2006 post about me wrestling with the problems of the palace of memory.
- A 2006 post about going to Colorado to become a certified fencing instructor.
- A 2006 post, updating on my Arthur project, and a poem in celebration of Magna Mater.
- A 2005 sample of my poem-play, Argonautica.
- A 2004 post about a poem, Percival, that I’d just finished.
- A 2004 post about an unusual event in a Synagogue.
- A 2004 reminder of the death of my grandmother.
- A 2003 poem about a vision I had ten years ago.
- A 2002 poem about Walden Pond.
All of this is uncategorized, though, except as General/Early. Which is useless. I need to figure out a way of categorizing this stuff more rapidly, so that people can FIND it.