I know, I know ... I sound like a broken record. "Man, I wish I knew how this whole MySpace thing works." I feel like an old ninny. Anyway, I need to shut up about it, because whining about not knowing what I'm doing on here is REALLY proving how very OLD I am. I just need to do lunch with Tom the MySpace guy and pick his brain.
Anyway ... I did find a site with some fab info on it: http://www.tamingthebeast.net/myspace/layout-generator-myspace.htm. I'm adding the link to my blog so that I can find it again. I regularly use three different computers, so this is important. I'm all about web-based info.
Hell week #1 is over at work. Now we're in #2. The good thing is that I have Friday off. No baby caregiver that day. So it's me and the babe. That's the good news. The not so good news was that I've had to cram 5 days of work into 4. But it's all good. I was freaking for a couple days, but I'm beyond that now. Thank god. Spazzy me is not a fun me.
Cool news. I've decided on a new book. No, not to read. To write. I've been kind of working on the cemetery postcard book for a while now (and still will be), but my heart hasnt' quite been in it. My new book will resemble "Cemetery Walk" a bit but be focused more on cemetery people.
Here's the title: "Tales of the Taphophiles: Cemeteries and the People Who Love Them."
I thought of it on the way to work. Some story on NPR triggered it, even though it had nothing to do with taphophiles or cemeteries. It feels good. It feels do-able. It feels real. The postcard book will come in time. I'm still collecting the postcards, but I'm not going to rush it.
So now I'm looking for people who love cemeteries and have a story to tell. If you know any, send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.