I’m back. (What’s left of me.)

So, I got married. And then I went to Vegas. (With a pause in there to teach two more days of class; I couldn’t just cancel a whole week.) Now I’m home.

Very, very glad to be home.

I’m trying to recover enough brain to deal with the backlog of e-mail that has built up over the last month or more. Most of the truly crucial stuff has been dealt with as it happened — I hope — but there’s a lot of non-crucial stuff owing. If any of that stuff involves you, Dear Readers, then please bear with me as I try to wade through it. Cerberus (my collection of three e-mail accounts) has grown a fine new set of teeth on all of its heads; dealing with those will take a little while.

In the meantime, I’m enjoying my return from the land of Flashing! Lights! and Brightly! Colored! Things! and did we mention the Obnoxious! Noises! The shows we saw (Penn & Teller, and Cirque du Soleil’s and Mystere) were fabulous, but right about now, I’m taking deep pleasure in reading unmoving black text on a white page. And even writing a bit of my own; one of the flash vignettes that will make up the story “How They Fall” (if that ends up being its title) got scribbled down during my office hours today. I have hope this signals the return of my brain. It’s been missing for several weeks now; I’d love to see it again.

0 Responses to “I’m back. (What’s left of me.)”

  1. jimhines

    Congrats, and welcome home! Good luck getting your brain back! 🙂

  2. moonandserpent

    “So, I got married. And then I went to Vegas.”

    Ah, I see the problem, you did it backwards!

  3. sora_blue

    Welcome back. 🙂

    Looking forward to reading your short in ON SPEC.

  4. daobear

    I saw Mystere in Vegas too. I love the Cirque du Soleil, and Penn and Teller are cool too. But Vegas suuuuuucks. I was there immediately after spending two weeks in the desert, so the shock of being in Vegas was pretty strong. Just being on the street in Vegas, your senses are completely overloaded.

    Congrats on the wedding!

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