Seems like a good Weekend music post for a week in which we went four days without posting. That’s never happened. Even that time I officially shuttered the blog to smother some nasty business, we didn’t go that long.
First time for everything, I guess.
Anyway, I’m still about — just haven’t been on the internet much for a couple of weeks.
I let the contributors know this several days ago, and I see no reason not to let the rest of you in on it now. As many of you know, October-December is planning season for me. It’s the time of year when I start thinking about what my blogging is going to look like come January and do whatever redesign, etc. I feel is necessary.
We’re about a month away from the two-year anniversary of this blog. I’m evaluating my position and trying to decide whether to go a third year with it. If I do, we’ll probably have two off-days built in. If not, I’ll be doing some other blogging thing.
Either way, I’ve no plans to quit blogging, nor to lose touch with the friends I’ve made since I started this little experiment.
I’m not supposed to be doing this but holy cats everyone needs to see this song.
Don’t tell Gene’o.
I’ve been home from my vacation since Monday night, but I still haven’t made it back to work. I brought home the worst case of the flu I have ever had in my entire life. Walked in from the car, fell down face-first on the bed without unloading so much as a single suitcase, and stayed there for 30 hours. I didn’t get to the Doctor until Wednesday because I couldn’t stand up at all on Tuesday. I still haven’t gotten rid of the fever entirely, so under quarantine for a while longer.
I do feel well enough to start getting the social media back in order. I’m planning to write a coffee post for Just Gene’O tomorrow and I have a Doctor Who post from Will in my inbox. If you’ve sent me emails or other direct communication in the last 10 days and haven’t received an answer, you will have one this weekend. 🙂
The vacation was awesome, by the way. I didn’t start getting sick until the day we started home, so the flu didn’t interfere with any part of it except the unpacking.