Tumbleweeds and Crickets

August 21, 2008 at 12:35 pm (Sweet sticky things, That's not funny...)

Hello? Is there anybody in there?

Miss me much? I don’t think I’ve gone a week without posting here since this blog’s inception. I haven’t lost the spark, the thrill isn’t gone, it’s just been an interesting time.

All my favorite subjects are currently in a state of flux. While my source material is as potent as ever, a lot of it is in delicate stages right now. Things too personal for me to be airing in public or poking gentle fun at. Soon the dust will settle, and my smart ass will be skewering things with typical gusto. The soup’s gotta cook before I can dish it up.

A happy note about something weighing heavily on me; a certain special little person in my life just got out of open heart surgery, and things went very well. Her mother called with the good news. She had a small hole in her heart, which was repaired. I guess if it’s taken care of early enough, it’s a fairly simple procedure, kinda like circumcision. (My comparison, not theirs. I just like the smirky reaction when I say it.) Little One will be hospitalized for about a week, but a full recovery is expected.

Even though it’s overcast and a little rainy, it’s a sunglasses day for me. I predict a little rain happening inside on the bus ride to work today.

It’ll be a rain filtered through sunshine.

1 Comment

  1. Jeff said,

    Dang, I was about to e-mail Jack Bog’s Blog and request a missing in action notice to be placed for my home boy in Stumptown.
    I always look forward to a good read from you.

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