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Saturday, May 28, 2005

On Moving

Well, today is D-Day. I'm moving.

My itinerary is that I'll be leaving Madison, for a bit, around Noon today, to meet Beth, of Yeah, Right, Whatever, in Rockford, so she can drag her mini-van up here to grab all the boxes that won't fit in my car. She's really nice that way. After that, I'm going down to Janesville for the evening, to say good-bye to Harvey, of Bad Example, and his loving wife, of Smiling Dynamite. Then, I'll head back down to Rockford, to meet with Guy S., of Snugg Harbor.

After all that, the driving begins. I'll be leaving Rockford on Monday, and start my way down to St Louis, and then, over to I-35, to get to Denton, TX, where I will meet up with LC Val, from the Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler. I was going to swing by Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to meet with TechieVampire, of Explicity Ambiguous, but, she had some health problems that made our planned meeting difficult. I was really looking forward to meeting her, but, her health is more important than my curiosity.

After Denton, it's down to Austin, or, more accurately, Round Rock, TX. Currently, I don't have a place to live, or a job, but, I've got pretty solid leads on both, so, this isn't a complete leap of faith. Just mostly.

For those of you who have my cell-phone number, it will still be active for another couple of weeks. My e-mail will still be active for a couple of weeks, as well, but, I'm not sure I will be able to access it with any regularity. As soon as I am established in Round Rock, I'll get a more current e-mail, and will actually get an update or five up here for y'all to mock.

After that, since I won't have quite so much taking up my precious little brain power, I'll probably be able to get some posts up with a touch more frequency than every other month.

Semper Fidelis: Always Faithful, to God, Corps and Country