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Monday, December 22, 2003
A quick note as I get ready to go into the office for "THE BIG MOVE" at the ungodly hour of 6:30 am.
I have a fotolog thing going on now. Haven't been much on the up and up with posting yet, but as soon as this holiday, moving-at-work crap is over, I will be more on the ball with it. I've been wanting to start taking more artistic pictures with my digital camera - in other words, something other than the usual snap and shoot of drunk friends and family holidays. Now that I have a place to share them, I might get off my ass and actually start doing it.
Got a statcounter for this page that shows keywords for how people find this blog. Apparently I am the hot spot for finding pictures of the "sundarburban dead picture". Who knew stupid emails could be so popular. People actually want to see this picture. To those in search of it - is it because you want to laugh at it or because you think it's real that you have a desire to find it?
Also, to the person searching for "anima sex pics" - don't you hate it when you forget the "l"? What's great is that he did the bad search and still came in here. Not what you were looking for, eh, bub?
I went wacky on Ebay last week. Yes, right before the holidays I'm wasting money on myself in an unstoppable auctioning frenzy. I didn't do too bad and was able to stop before any real harm was done to my bank account. But not before making off with two how-to Adobe Photoshop books (because I really want to learn more about the program - I'm good with it, but I don't even scratch the surface of what it can do), "Mists of Avalon" by Marion Zimmer Bradley, a pocket guide to "Wine & Cheese" from England, "Way of the Wizard" by Deepak Chopra, and a huge, colorful coffee table book on wizards themselves, "Ways of the Wizards" (to go along with my huge, colorful "Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book", or as my friend calls it "the smooshed fairy book"). Yes, interesting reading on my coffee table - fairies and wizards.
With that, I'm running late and have to be off. Think of me today and hope that I make it through this insanity somewhat sane. And just for the record, I hate moving.