I'm not a bad man, honest!

Sorry I haven't posted here as much as I'd like. I have a great article half written on why “Intelligent Design” is right — but not in a way that involves a God. Anyway, the non-posting is because of all the stresses lately (server)… I mostly try and keep ModBlog updated because that generates memberships (which pays for the servers). I should add, since there's been some concern about me being too lecherous (to the point of being disrespectful of Rachel) on that site, that the voice I write in is tongue in cheek and intended to drum up interest in BME/HARD. So please don't think that I'm actually hitting on people or desperately horny — it's just a fun persona that I write with there.

ANYWAY. So I thought I'd show you more phonecam pictures of what I do in the morning before I head off to get my inner finger tattoos touched up this afternoon. Mostly we build a lot of towers with blocks and stack them up with animals:

And sometimes we go to the zoo.

We also paint and make things out of clay.

Honestly, other than the deep and obvious personal loss involved, it is nice to be back in Toronto and I have a lot of fun with the changes… although it will be much nicer when all of the dregs of the move are cleaned up so things aren't so tight. I still have a great deal of hope that things will turn out for the best in the way that I want, and even if they don't, I'm sure they'll turn out well.

Other than that, I've had some wonderful news in the publishing sphere and have been asked to be involved in another very exciting project (which I will wait to mention in detail until it's done). I say this every year, but this is a year that a lot of positive things could happen in my life, even if the year started on an unpleasant note. I've said that (the first part) almost every year, and I think it's always been true… Definitely a good thing if you move through life believing this could be the best year yet? It's like the opposite of the psychologist scene in Office Space.

That said, if I had a million dollars…

PS. Get Well!

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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