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All Change At The Next Stop Please!

Posted: 23 September, 2016 in This Journal

It feels like time to change the name of this blog come journal to reflect where I am currently not where I was when I started the journal. As over the years my life has changed greatly to a point I do not feel lost any more but starting to look forward and think what I want to achieve in the future.

At the same time I will change the look of the whole blog to reflect the change as I feel a new look will help to give the blog a whole new feel.

As now I and back to running role-playing games and having a growing interest in all things Steampunk along with myself contemplating serious about writing more I thought a change of name was needed.

So here ends the Journal of the Lost Soul and the Chronicles of the Steam Powered Storyteller starts with the hopes of a brighter future.

Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal scrapbook of mine just follow the link to Patterns in the Static!.

Please Note: If you are interested in my home page just follow the link to Experiment No. 3.

The Lighter Side of Life!

Posted: 6 May, 2015 in This Journal

This is a gentle reminder to the readers of this journal of mine that I also write/create another journal along side this one whose content is far less serious as this journal is meant to be more of a serious journal.

This journal called Patterns in the Static, whose link is given blow, is meant to be lighter journal which includes my favourite music, comedy sketches and clips which range from my favourite adverts to You Tube clips. It is meant to be an epileptic and sort of random depending on the mood I am in at the time.

This journal will also contain a lot of my own writing connected to my Role-Playing hobby which will include background, race and other ideas as they come to me. There are not the best pieces of my writing but give a very good idea of my creative processes and my imagination.

Patterns in the Static!

Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal scrapbook of mine just follow the link to Patterns in the Static!.

Please Note: If you are interested in my home page just follow the link to Experiment No. 3.

Please Note: I also have a small personal social network which is invitation only just follow the link to Luther’s Chosen Few.

Patterns in the Static!

Posted: 17 February, 2015 in This Journal

Over the past year you would have seen a change in the form of my Journal of a Lost Soul in so much its content are becoming more wordy, serious and political in nature. This is very deliberate as I have decided to split the more serious journal entries from the more lighter entries into two journals so each do not detract from each other.

That is the Journal of Lost Soul has become more serious and focused on the trials and tribulations of my life with depression plus life in general without it being lost in the lighter side of my life as it has more serious purpose.

It is my second journal Patterns in the Static! which will reflect the lighter side of my life which will include pictures, music, comedy and the such. It will also if anyone wants to also see my lighter and creative side of my life you should look at this journal come scrapbook or if you need a more balanced view of my life follow both journals.

Patterns in the Static! is meant to be a fun a light place to dip into never knowing just what you find there.

Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal scrapbook of mine just follow the link to Patterns in the Static!.

Please Note: If you are interested in my home page just follow the link to Experiment No. 3.

Please Note: I also have a small personal social network which is invitation only just follow the link to Luther’s Chosen Few.

At the moment one of the few things which is keeping me attached to the world around me are my two blogs in which I can vent my frustration about my depression and the world around me. This is a very sad thing to say but for those of us who suffer with our depression things like this can mean a lot and a difference between winning the fight or falling in to depression itself.

This may seam a small thing to those who have never suffered depression though for those who do and have suffered depression will understand where I am coming from. A blog is always a good place to get some of the feelings and thoughts trapped inside especially when the depression has a grip. It sounds strange but writing down some of feelings and thoughts seam to remove them from my mind where they could cause even more damage to myself.

But it does mean at times the blogs ramble and sometimes rant at times but it does mean it helps me to keep sane and attached to the world around me even it is through words and very few readers!

Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal scrapbook of mine just follow the link to Patterns in the Static!.

Please Note: If you are interested in my home page just follow the link to Experiment No. 3.

Please Note: I also have a small personal social network which is invitation only just follow the link to Luther’s Chosen Few.

All Change On the Blog Front!

Posted: 28 April, 2014 in This Journal

With the change of my Home Page to using WordPress I have also decided to do few changes to my two main blogs at the same time as an over all is long over due and I felt like a change myself.

So in the next few months this blog will become a more serious blog and a lot of the less serious entries of this blog will be moved to my new blog which will contain all lighter stuff including pictures music, short stories and the such.

The new blog is called ‘Patterns in the Static’ and is hosted on my server at home again using WordPress and it is meant to be a chaotic mess of images, pictures and the such. Plus it will be a lot lighter in nature than my main blog deliberately.

I want the two sides separated as each seam to detract from each other so my serious blog makes it’s points without the distraction of more trivial things and the less serious blog not to be bog down with serious stuff so it is more fun.

So watch this space as things change again into something new and slightly different!

To get to new ‘Patterns in Static’ blog/scrapbook just follow the link given at the bottom of this journal entry.

Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal scrapbook of mine just follow the link to Patterns in the Static!.

Please Note: If you are interested in my home page just follow the link to Experiment No. 3.

Please Note: I also have a small personal social network which is invitation only just follow the link to Luther’s Chosen Few.

Acta Spiritu Amisso is my more personal and light hearted of my blogs which finally starting come together all helped by myself being more settled.

Those people who followed by main blog for the music, funny clips and the such would of noticed the main blog is now a more serious blog mostly because I wanted this blog to be a far more serious blog.

So anyone who wants such things from my blogs should go to my blog Acta Spiritu Amisso where I will now put such things including including a lot of pictures of my own life and home. Sadly the nature of the blog means that there is no follow mechanism as in WordPress so the blog has to be visited directly every few while.


Please Note: If you are interested in a more personal journal of mine just follow the link to Acta Spiritu Amisso.

All Change on the Journal Front!

Posted: 23 September, 2013 in This Journal

Because I now have the ability to host a blog on one of my Linux Computers at home there will be a slight change to emphasis to this blog which will concentrate more on the more serious things while a lot of the more personal things will be covered in the other blog more.

It will also mean this blog will only be updated once a week as it currently is while the other blog will be updated daily though it will be a more rough and ready blog. Though the new blog will not be as publicised as much as this blog.

Follow the link below to the new more personal blog:

Acta Spiritu Amisso: http://thejournal.no-ip.biz/