Persistence of Purpose
On a beach in Monterey Bay, California, the tide washes in thousands of broken pieces of stone. Among these piles of smoothed rocks, it's common to find ones that look like this ...
Why and What and How?
Yesterday, Aimee, Norfrid, and I held the first BeCrofty business meeting to talk about what the next year would bring. Regretfully, I have to report that I ran out of time to prepare the requisite silly hats. On the bright side, we did manage to set goals, dream up some new ideas that will be fun to put into practice, and consider the purposeful mission of the company in general. Lemme drop the minutes on ya ...
What is your fear?
Recent progress on projects has been decent. My big challenge during the past two weeks has been self-discipline and self-control. I've collected every little bit that I've found so far; the hole is pretty deep.
Becoming a better person is a life-long process fraught with distractions and setbacks; although we find reasons or obstacles to improvement, none is ever substantial or significant unless we allow it to be so.
Art and game designer. Welcome to my desk!