Hey, guys. So, I’ve…

Hey, guys. So, I've actually signed up with PayPal; there's an open donate button at the bottom of my home page and my poems page, and a 25 cent button after each story. We'll see what happens with those. We *have* gotten a a few donations at CS -- not much yet, but enough to buy one or two stories. It's a step, and I'm glad people are enjoying the magazine enough to want to donate to keep it going.

As for those of you who wanted to send postcards and such, I promise to look into the P.O. Box when I get back to Salt Lake... It would be a lot of fun getting postcards again. I have some from soldiers in Desert Storm, from Antarctica, from all over the darn place, actually. They're very cool. I wish I could think of a good way to display them -- there are too many to hang them up on my walls. I could paste them in a big book, but I'd want to be able to see both sides. Maybe hole-punch them and thread ribbons through? Hmm...

Yesterday was a good quiet day; I mostly goofed off, though I did get a little bit of work done for the magazines. I read a good chunk of Connie Willis's short story collection, Fire Watch -- some great stuff in there. Not done yet, but I suspect I'm going to be highly recommending it when I'm finished. I also spent quite a while playing Deathground -- a computer game Kev got me last Christmas that I just now got around to playing. It's fun -- kind of like Risk, but with gangsters. So far, I'm pretty good at winning when there's only about four of us, but I haven't quite figured out the best approach when there are more players -- my slow and steady tactics tend to get me slaughtered then...usually by someone who goes on to get slaughtered himself, but that doesn't help me, does it?

Made dinner last night and had a nice meal with Jed. Got a backrub afterwards that relaxed me so completely that I just fell asleep. I think I slept about ten hours last night; I needed it.

Today David drove down and picked me up, and I'll be hanging out at his place for a few days, seeing East Bay people and such. Not sure what we're going to do the rest of today; probably work. We'll see...

Later, dears.

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