Happy Monday everybody.
I hope you all got to see the new Star Wars movie this weekend. I actually didn’t get a chance to see it but will be seeing it Wednesday, so I’m a little disappointed that I missed the hullabaloo of opening weekend but it may be best.
I’m a huge fan but I heard tons of people got dressed up to go see the film. While that’s totally awesome, I think trying to watch Star Wars while sitting behind nine guys dressed like Darth Vader would probably annoy the crap out of me.
This will be the only post this week as I have tons of family and friends doing annoying things like being kind and throwing parties so I’m just gonna indulge in that and I think everyone should do the same.
But I’ll be back Monday and then it’s new years so not sure what’s going on there but starting January 4th I’m back to the usual two updates a week.
In the meantime over on Reluctant Joy I’ve been posting micro-stories the last few weeks. I’ve posted them all in order, I think you’ll see what I was doing or at least attempting to do if you read them at one time and I really hope you like it http://bit.ly/rljywp
Over on Stuff N Stuff Palmer and I are talking about really important things like how to tell if a donkey is dead or alive, when to leave a wedding and where to find good Chinese food. http://bit.ly/1KOLDsH
I don’t know if there’s enough time to get a copy of my novel The Geek to you by Christmas but downloads are instantaneous if you don’t need a paperback http://bit.ly/1MAAyZQ
And as I rush off to do Holiday things I leave you with this thought. It doesn’t really matter if your Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Jedi, Sith or Huffle Puff. It doesn’t matter what you believe or what you celebrate. Just try to remember we’re all in this together and give the person you pass on the street a smile and wish them Happy Holidays.
Then in January we can all go back to being right pricks to each other.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!