Here’s What’s Happening

Survived my time in Indy – anybody know any good telecommunications CMs? We’re hiring.

In other news, K moved out the rest of her stuff yesterday, and me and Jenn are hitting Ikea and Target today to re-stock the house with furniture (we have no couch, microwave, or kitchen island now). We’ve been trying to think of what to do with K’s empty room, and I’m thinking I may make it a map room. I’ve been meaning to draw an updated wall map of the fantasy saga world for some time, but putting it in the middle of the house meant it got mud tracked in on it and got in everyone’s way. So I may revive that project and make the extra room a drawing room.

The people at Best Buy managed to save the stuff on one of my computers, but not the other – which I anticipated, so I’m not too heartbroken, but it means I lost all of the music I stole from my buddy Julian in South Africa. That sucks, but is survivable. I should have a copy of one of the stories I need to get in the mail by March 1st, so I’m happy.

I’m spending my morning doing God’s War edits, working on a writing contract passage, and copying all of my CDs to my new computer.

Things are getting better. Slowly but surely.

Knock on wood.

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