July 17th, 2009


What goes on

Wheeee ...

Thomas A. Easton's Maine Quartet is officially published today ...


and, production files for Double Vision are delivered, after several head-scratching sessions this week over "why did this happen?" Yikes, for the first time ever *my* software is more advance than the printer ... well now we see what bleeding edge means.

Did you know that hummingbirds can wear the needles off an evergreen branch?  We put our hummingbird feeder in the midst of the cat garden, which is also a butterfly garden ... and the humming bird seems to be using one small branch as a perch .. .and slowly wearing it to a smooth surface. Very odd.

By the way -- we have several bits if news due to mature RSN, so watch this space. Could be a day, could be a week... but soon.

My appointed job for today? Reread Sharon's Carousel Tides. I've been thrown into the briar patch.

Who here recalls that wonderful, head-clearing scent: long rolls of fresh hot Compugraphic output, some of it coated in artwax?

*I* still have my artwaxer, yessir. And my blades. And some blue-lined lay out sheets. I *am* prepared for the return of the good old days.

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