Still Alive

Hey, sorry I’ve dropped off the radar for the past few days. It just occurred to me that, based on the last two posts, my absence might have been cause for some concern with regards to my disappearance. I’ve just been dealing with some family things and technical difficulties. It takes a little while to transfer over 1.5 TB of stuff from one hard drive to another without burning out my laptop. Anyway, that’s all sorted now, and I’m looking forward to getting back to writing tomorrow morning.

In case you were also wondering, the novel sort of began stalling last week as well (for similar reasons). I’ve decided to write off this post-Super Bowl stretch as time served, and get back to normal on Monday. I hope everyone liked The Midnight Hour, and is looking forward to reading other things I wrote a newly-minted adult ago. I’m also going to go through some of my old MySpace blogs, and put up some of the best snippets. I also get to put my suit on, and go pound the pavement looking for something to pass the time (and yet still pay me). Still not sure if I want to jump right back into Restaurant Management, and all the high-level stress which it offers. The money’s decent, and I can do the job, but the life of a register monkey is still highly appealing. I don’t know… I’ve still got to pay off my credit cards. I guess I can talk to some of my connections in the industry and see if they’ve heard of any openings (while I’m waiting to hear back from some of the places where I’ve sent in my resumé.

What else?

I’ll probably do a review of this comic book series that I’ve been reading for quite some time, and maybe share my opinions about Birdman. I don’t know. I guess we’ll sort of just have to wait and see where the week takes us.

Anyway, I’m getting pretty sleepy, and my legs are killing me, so I’m going to wish you all a good night, and see you in the morning!


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