every time I see a greeting card made of a plain paper card with an ink jet printed photograph stuck to it I think 'I could do that' but I never do. what does it take to actually get your greeting cards into the stores? I guess you have to go around to the store owners and peddle them. not sure I'm up for that. maybe one finds a distributor. I could of course sell them on my website.
so far I could sell:
something tells me I will not make a living at this either. in some not too distant future I will be able to market
but the web took a giant leap forward during that time when I could not learn anything and I have not yet caught up. still I notice that 90% of the sites out there still use tables for layout even when cascading style sheets are so much more versatile. but yeah. ok. boring detail. I pledge to use css even though I had gotten table layout down to a science.
there isn't enough time, for one. this is a universal problem.
for me there isn't enough energy, and this is a particular problem about which I am particularly resentful. I don't understand why I had to be born with less energy than everyone else but I've practically had a low-grade case of chronic fatigue my entire life I'm telling you. those first three months on testosterone when the day after my shot I only needed six hours of sleep were a real eye-opener (haha). six hours of sleep and abundant energy. then I decided to go insane and require medications that taken together by someone unused to them would result in a nine-month coma.
so much for energy.