I Am Still Alive

Submitted by C B Wright on

Hi everyone. I know it's been a while since I've posted... anything at all really. I'm in the process of packing up my house, trying to get it all stuffed away into a storage unit so I can move to Alabama.

I'm not doing it very well.

I have help this week though, and I have high hopes that this weekend I will begin my trek to Montgomery, Alabama. After that, I figure it might be nice if I, you know, started posting stuff again.

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No worries

I check in every day, but I do not begrudge you the time needed to do a good job of moving. It's good to hear from you at all under such circumstances...

Say, did you ever post some kind of hint as to why (you are moving there) and what (you plan or hope to be doing once settled in). Other than meeting us here, of course... ;-)

We're moving there because my

We're moving there because my wife is from there and she misses it. Basically.

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Writer, former musician, occasional cartoonist, and noted authority on his own opinions.

Well then...

I hope you like it a lot over there as well!

Also, may you find plenty of fulfilling and rewarding work...

Stay alive!

Blessings to you in the move. I recently all my belongings and a dog across the country for a new job, so I know how disruptive, stressful, hopeful, and discouraging the whole process can be. I look forward to site updates, but I don't begrudge you focusing on what's really important. Thanks for the update.

"Abe Vigoda's Dead"?

Someone actually did a parody of a Bauhaus song? (I didn't listen, but I know Bauhaus and "Bela Lugosi's Dead" quite well.)

Note: According to the linked page, Mr. Vigoda is actually still very much alive.

Bauhaus

I've never listened to the parody either, but often play the original.

Played loudly, Press the Eject and Give Me the Tape used to sooth my second daughter to sleep when she was teething.