That's not what the Death card means

Preparing to break radio silence
written 2008-05-20 13:31:14

Sorry for the quiet. It's been uneventful for a while. I hesitate to post anything that sounds like "Dear Diary, today nothing happened, I wonder what will happen tomorrow."

So what's up?

Happy birthday, Jen! Jen had a birthday. Also, Rob had a birthday party for Jen, which was a great sprawling wonder of a thing. There was multistate cooperation and secrets and presents and beers and the Jimmy Buffett Margarita Machine Super Deluxe. There was fire and rain, which means everyone at the party may now sing like James Taylor. (There was even a sunny day that I hoped would not end. It did, though.)

I started playing World of Warcraft. I'm probably going to have to stop, though, because it's one of those games that will be perfectly happy to have you play it for nine billion hours per week, and it doesn't cost you any more than the monthly fee. Well, doesn't cost you money. The true cost is tolled from your mind and your soul. And you will pay.

Been working in the city. That's been good.

But I won't be, as of two weeks from now, as I have accepted a position with Goldberg, Wong and Associates. That's right, actual lawyer work for the actual lawyer. Please let me know if you or anyone you know needs some lawyering done.

I guess that's about it. See, stuff finally happens that seems to be worth relaying to the Internets, and it's just a short little post. I must not have the right mindset for bloggery.

--1:29 PM, EDT, Hatboro, PA, bloggery is (C) and (TM) Heslin Industries, 2008.

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