Gelling.

That is a weird-looking word. But the site is coming together and I have figured out the basic use of this tool, so now I could study it at length instead of moving forward with the reason I looked for the tool in the first place, or I can do what I came here to do.

It’s a decision everyone is faced with, whether the tool is a flashlight, butter knife, screwdriver, or, sometimes, yourself, and let’s be honest, I mean tool in all its variations on that last one, We’ve all been there.

Some people recognize a decision and make it, some people sidestep it, and some people don’t realize the decision is available and they have some input. (See the self-reflective tool definition above.)

I’m going to study along the way. Hey, look a second post! And that’s why I came here. I did something instead of just feeding my brain (good, but regurgitating can have its, ooh, that metaphor just wore out its unwelcome.)

So I told my Google+ page about this page. So now I am telling this page about that. It’s like talking to yourself (a time-honored creative process) but with typing and no spoken dialog. Click, clickety clack.

*P.S. Special tech note, you have to connect from WordPresss, then go into Google+ settings, manage apps, and then allow the WordPress app to publish to people other than yourself. So simple. And obscure.

Create. Upload.

That’s the plan. Been trying to find a way to blog without the tech getting in the way. I love tech but it’s a rabbit hole that takes time away from putting my creativity out there. Maybe this will do it.

The early version of this began in Google+ and while there’s some benefits to that interface there were severe drawbacks. I wanted to do a post with multiple inline images, like a step by step, and it was piling the images together at the bottom. No go.

Anyway, back later with links and things.