I fainted at work (reason unknown) and fell to the floor- hitting my head and neck in an awkward position which knocked me unconscious for a bit~ I was rushed to the ER in an ambulance on a back stretcher (most uncomfortable ride ever) BUT at…
It’s that awkward time of the year when I want to be on winter break and drawing nonstop, reading Calvin & Hobbes, and playing Donkey Kong on the N64. Alas, for me - it’s back to work this week. But does that mean I have to stop eating cookies and listening to holiday music and generally pretending I’m still on some kind of vacation? I sure hope not.
Well, since as I briefly mentioned last week, my computer ka-putzed, things have been a little hectic trying to get a new machine up and running that will allow me to limp along until I can buy a new one. Luckily my dad is the Frankenstein of computer hardware, so he and my boyfriend rigged up a nice little zombie to get me by.
Just a couple questions I had for YOU all in the meantime, though …
As you know, I have two webcomics going - Gods & Undergrads and Bonnie N. Collide. As things stand now, Bonnie is usually once-a-week updated and G&U maaaaybe once every two weeks. Now, I know that sporadic updating is the WORST trait a webcomic could possibly have. Alas, with the day job sometimes I find it a little tricky being consistent. So, my question to you guys out there is … would you rather things update once on a semi-weekly schedule like they do now, orrrr update maybe twice a month with more than one strip/page at a time? I know everyone has a different opinion when it comes to their comics, but I wanted to give you guys a chance to chime in.
… Now I’m going to run off and pretend it’s snowing outside or something. December!
Plaques will forever make me think of Sarah Vowell and her love for them … and since I just completed re-listening to Assassination Vacation for the zillionth time. Made extra special this time when I noticed this link about hottie Powell!
I’ve been a bit incommunicado recently because I was whisked away to the great north (i.e. Maine) for a couple days last week. What was my impression of Maine? Unfortunately, it wasn’t the quaint town full of hot storybook characters bumping into one another, as Once Upon A Time has led me to believe. No, rather it was a vast, wintry landscape full of people in plaid and stores with names like “Dave’s Adult Supermarket”, where the sun set at 3:30pm. No joke, the moon was out at 5:00pm and I had no idea where the hell I was.
But anyway, I’m back and in a flurry to try to grab hold of Christmas spirit before it’s actually Christmas and I’ve missed it. I’ve already baked cookies and watched Love Actually, so I’m off to a good start!