Where the Eff I've Been
April 23, 2004
You know when you take a couple days off work and then come back and suddenly there's so much work to be done you kinda just want to curl up in a little ball under your desk and cry? Or is that only me?
Anyway. I'm almost ready to start talking about the Heartbreaking Weekend of Unbearable Suckage, but not quite yet. Maybe later today. In the meantime, I have been up to some pretty damn funny stuff if you've missed me here the past day or so.
All Amalaholics are encouraged to go check out:
The Judith Light Brigade site. If you haven't bookmarked it yet, what the hell is wrong with you? Not only is it super-functional and tells you when a seriously funny group of people update their respective journals, it has seriously funny little blurby things about the new entries. Most of which are written by me. And I crack my ass up. Shut up. I'm entitled.
Four brand new episodes of the seriously funny animated soap opera that I write with Lauren, whom I love more than nacho chips with queso. We were on a bit of a roll yesterday and man, we are freaking BRILL. YANT. As Lauren said yesterday, we don't tell each other where we're taking the story or what the hell we're making the characters do. We just "just fly-by-the-seat-of-our-proper-asses." Haaaa. So check out Parts 22, 23, 24 and 25 of The Bold & The Bloglicious saga. No idea what I'm talking about? Check the sidebar for Parts 1-21 and get all caught up with the highly-acclaimed and hugely-popular craziness. It's a good 20 minutes of good-ole-fashioned-time-wastin'.
And of course, I was rocking the Thursday Haiku Smackdown yesterday. I'll be posting at the official site later today announcing the new Grand Haiku Master(s) and maybe (if you're good) an incredibly ambitious Haiku FAQ that I've been working on in my head every morning while I brush my teeth. (I'm an author on four different weblogs, people. I'm multi-tasking all the damn time.) I would also like to take this opportunity to announce that Mindy and I are in love and getting married. Send expensive gifts.
So. Even though I haven't posted here, I have not forsaken you. Just look around...you can find Amalah everywhere. In the whispering morning breeze. On the face of every child. The smile of every puppy. And in the places I just told you about.