but going out into the city today and leaving flyers and talking to people about what it was all about -- it made it seem real. not just an online thing anymore, confined simply to those with web access and who probably know me somehow in the online world; but it's getting "out there", to the wider community. slowly anyway. it just made me feel really good, really excited and accomplished, even though it's really all just beginning.
plus there are loads more places i can leave flyers at all around here; i think i'll just start taking some with me everywhere i go and if i come across an appropriate place, ask if i can drop some off. it feels a bit scary advertising in my own state, but my name isn't on their, just the name of the distro. there's only a few people who would actually recognise the address - most of whom will know about it beforehand, like my friends.
tonight = hanging out with a friend, probably staying the night there. tomorrow will be more online advertising, then catching up on penpal letters (nearly have all the december letters done, i'm trying to keep less than a month behind), watching bowling for columbine again (which reminds me, i still haven't written about what i so desperately wanted to a week ago, damnit) and ? if i get through doing that i'll be content. it's always nice to start a fresh week all organised and under control. it makes working monday-friday not quite so overwhelming that way.