Dreaming and Days of Future Past

I’ve said this before and I’ll reiterate right now, that I do enjoy my day job in procurement and I find it satisfying, but that is not my dream. 

*queue soft, inspirational music*
I have a dream! That dream is to wake up at 7 every morning, come downstairs in my bath robe, fix me a cup of hot chocolate, and open up the manuscript that I will pour all my creative juices into for the day.
*record screech*
Well, I guess I could be doing that anyway via starving artist fashion, but I’m a little more pragmatic than that. I need to make a living to support this hobby I have, but one day I hope to turn the hobby into the career that can put food on the table. And oh how satisfying THAT will be!
I have so many stories in my head that I don’t have time to get down on paper right now. I would have liked to have been done with After months ago and already deep into Dreamland or beyond, but I can only do what I can do with the little time I have. Rest assured, that my free time is going into After – Part Three
Hell, I’ve had two prompts floating around in the ol’ noggin for over a week now that I haven’t had time to pen. If I don’t get them down somewhere soon, I’ll forget them. One is decent, one maybe meh, but you can’t ever tell just from a prompt. The story doesn’t really come to life until you work with it, and decent prompts aren’t always easy to come by. I can go for months without a prompt, then have two fall into my lap within a day of each other and send my brain into hyper drive trying to untangle them. 
Think I’m going to get to them after I publish this post. Don’t want them getting away!
Evan Peters
On the fun side of things, I got to go see X-Men: Days of Future Past last weekend. I really enjoyed the movie, but I’m not a hardcore X-Men fan. I only read a few of the comics when I was a kid, mostly Rogue and Phoenix stuff… which means I was not a fan of The Last Stand, but whatevs. Thank you for turning that fubar back around, Simon Kinberg! 
I just thought Days of Future Past was really well done, and it had some excellent comedic moments as well. Someone who’s unfamiliar with the X-Men mythology should still be able to enjoy this movie, but I STRONGLY recommend watching First Class first if you haven’t seen that one. 
My favorite introduction of a new character to the screen was Quicksilver! YAY, TATE!! Yes, I know his real name, but Tate is the first thing that pops into my head, even after watching American Horror Story season 2. I can’t even remember what his name was in that season. Probably because I always referred to him as Tate. 
Okay, okay… Here on out, I’ll refer to him as Quicksilver, because…. QUICKSILVER!! But that’s only going to work up until the next Avengers movie releases. Then everyone’s going to be confused. 
Welcome to my world. 

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