Wednesday, October 20, 2010


I'm going to be travelling with the family for the next week and a half.

First will be my brother's wedding down in South Georgia.

Then we'll keep on going down South and land in Orlando for several days of visiting Walt Disney World and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

There will surely be lots of exciting details, observations, photos, and much much more.

But I won't be sitting at a laptop very much to do long-form blogging.

So, you really (REALLY) need to be following me on Twitter to stay abreast of all the fun.

If you simply WON'T consider joining up on Twitter, you can come back here and click on the WWYTwitter?! tab at the top of this page, which shows you my most recent tweets.

If you are already a Twitter fan, why not follow me and get all of my amazing insights thrown right at you as soon as they come out of my head? Just hit Twitter and search for my handle!/dtm1971).

You'll be glad you did.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

I apologize for my looong absences . . .

. . . but work has really been getting in the way of my leisure time for the last many weeks.

I am, however, looking forward with great anticipation for my brother's upcoming wedding this next weekend and then my family vacation down to Walt Disney World and the Harry Potter theme park.

I will certainly be taking pictures, tweeting when I can, and maybe throwing together a blog post or two during this next several weeks. But I expect to be tired, frazzled, and quite, quite busy.

So you may have to wait a bit longer for me to catch up.


Yesterday the family went to Inniswoods Gardens and enjoyed a brief walk in the afternoon sunlight. The trees are quite beautiful right now (as was evidenced by the great many people here, there, and everywhere). Photographers, wedding parties, engaged couples, other families. Everyone wanted a piece of autumn to take home with them and we were no exceptions to that. Lynda took some very nice photos of all of us wandering around.

(Hopefully you can click on this photo to get to more photos from yesterday's jaunt.)

In other news, I think this thoughtfully written post between one of my favorite authors, Maureen Johnson, and her advice seeker is quite a nice birthday present, even though no one but me sees it as such.

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Rest in Peace (with your iPhone) Mr. Curtis

Last week famous actor Tony Curtis died.


Well, the news says that it was a result of cardiac arrest. Pretty cut and dried.

But we all know who really did it . . . and why. HE just could stand any other famous people in Hollywood using his initials to garner competing levels of fame. (Watch out Tom Cavanaugh!)

And the very recent new of Mr. Curtis being buried with his iPhone is additionally suspicious, don't you think? Maybe there were incriminating cell phone photos of the death that might have been difficult for Tom to deal with. Much better to get his own crack propaganda team to gin up the odd idea that Tony was such a fan of his iPhone that he could NEVER, EVER (even in the beyond!) be parted from it.

Seems implausible.

I hope you are paying attention Roger E. Mosley!