The verdict's in. I will not have Internet for the two weeks I'll be away at OSAI in June. In a way, this is almost a relief. Without even the possibility of Internet and blogging, focusing on my writing will be much, much easier. However, in another way, it is entirely nerve racking! How am I going to get caught up on two weeks of missed blog posts? I can do it, but I'm probably going to run myself into the ground in the process.
I'm almost considering -gasp- letting those posts go. But I really don't want to. What if I miss something important? I'll be out of the loop. And I've read every single post every single person I follow has ever written. How can I let all that go to waste?
I'm thinking my best option would be to do what I did when I got behind during Spring Break. I read the most recent posts and went back to read the backlog when and if I had time. This is most effective for me, I believe, because I don't fall any more behind, in fact I start to catch up, I don't get stressed, and I still read everyone's posts.
Which do you think is the right choice? Do you like my plan of action?
On another sorta-kinda related note, I've made it my goal to finish up my last two Chrysalis stories before I go away. I received a binding machine for Christmas and I was toying with the notion of taking all of my short stories with me in a little "book." It's probably a good idea to take some of my writing with me (I don't know if I have to yet, still waiting for supply lists to be posted on their website) and I think it might be comforting if sleeping in a room with three strangers starts to freak me out.
The one I'm currently working on is going to be deliciously creepy. I just hope I can do my idea justice. I guess you guys will be telling me soon enough.