Yep. Today’s my birthday. The big 3-2. I don’t have too much time to ramble on about it because I’m at work and technically am not supposed to even be doing this. So, just wanted to say thanks to everyone who’s given me birthday wishes on Facebook and through texts and things. Those of you who have my number, feel free to use it. Those of you who don’t, if you’re wiley enough to get it from the ones that do, then I guess your sneaky ways should be rewarded with a response if you do manage to get in touch with me.
I hope everyone had a groovy Halloween. I’ve got loads to say on the subject, as well as loads of pics that I’ll be sharing sometime in a lengthier post later this week. I’m still in the mood though, and haven’t succombed to that other holiday just yet, no matter how much retail America wants to shove it down my throat. I guess it doesn’t help that all of my decorations outside of the house are still there and was pleasantly surprised to come in and see the office still decked out in spiderwebs and tombstones.
Like I said, I’ve got more actual content coming later in the week. My co-workers took me out to lunch today, I’ve got a game night/B-day celebration planned tomorrow night, and my family’s taking me out this weekend, so I’m good to go. Happy Post Halloween to you all and I’ll talk to you soon.
And sorry I’ve neglected all your blogs lately. The new job’s kicking my ass six ways to Tuesday and eating up all my time, but I plan on doing something about it very soon. I miss you all, and despite my previous disdain for Christmas in October, I look forward to joining you in losing our collective minds over Advent Calendar conspiracies soon. I may not be present at your houses lately, but I’ve been haunting the Halloween Countdown quite a bit. It was a good one this year.
Oh, and one more thing–I’m doing a special 3 hour edition of Dark Entries: Goth Radio tonight. I’ll be on 7-10pm (eastern U.S. time) streaming live at WUSC 90.5 FM. Feel free to IM me at: wuscradio or give me a call on-air at 803-576-9872. See you there, kids!