Monday, June 14, 2010

It's putting me way behind in my drinking

I hate to say it, but I've been falling behind lately. I wish I could blame it on something cool like, "I've been working on my manuscript" or "I just got back from a marvelous vacation!" but, sadly, the reason is quite boring: I've been working some crazy hours and I'm too lazy to write when I get home. But in the midst of my crazy work hours, I managed to write out some blog posts - all I have to do is transcribe them to blogger, find the photos and the videos and then schedule them.

I also need to catch up on my blog comments. I have far too many unread blog posts. I will slowly be catching up on this. So if you randomly get a comment from me on a post written several weeks ago, don't be surprised. I'd just leave it be and start new but I don't want to miss anything amazing and I hate that you have all been amazing and been commenting on my blog and I haven't reciprocated. So, I plan to work on that as well.

Oh! and good news: you know how, oh so long ago, I said that I wanted to watch all the special features on my movies? Well, I finally started working on that the other day by watching a featurette on Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Tonight, I continued with 101 Dalmatians and The Band Wagon. It's awfully exciting that I'm finally working on that!

Anyway, I just wanted to write a brief disclaimer about the belated comments I will be leaving.

3 comments:

  1. Totally understand how life gets in the way sometimes. I'm facing a similar problem right now. I wanted to start doing the whole special features thing with my dvds too after you fist mentioned it, but I have been really bad about it!

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  2. Oh, junk! Now, I feel guilty for just "starting fresh"! ;-D You are waaay more amazing than I am, I'll just say that! Haha!

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  3. Don't worry about feeling obligated to blog or having to explain to us, we know life gets busy! Haha we'll still be here :) Yay I love special features, I always watch them after watching a film I especially love. Is that title quote from one of the Thin Man films? Somehow I keep imagining William Powell saying it.

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