It seems I last posted on Saturday, and here it is Thursday
afternoon. I used to blog much more
frequently. Apparently I haven’t much to
say these days. My brother has even less
to say, and frankly, I’ve got a problem with that.
We’re a modern, millennial kind of family, by which I mean I
depend on my bro’s blog to keep tabs on him, his wife, and most importantly, my
nephew. I rarely see them since they live a gazillion miles from me. (Actually, 2,146 miles, according to WikiAnswers.) Sure, I could call or email and
demand nephew updates, but I prefer to read a carefully thought out, well
constructed nephew story. I don’t have
time for chit chat, and we’re not the chitting or chatting types, bad_dogma and
So please barrage my recalcitrant sibling with demands for
posts. Thank you.
In other news, I’ve written only ten pages of the 32-page
book I’m working on, and that includes the title page, copyright page, and
table of contents. Also, my pages are
all clocking in at about a 7.8 grade level rather than the 6.0 I’m aiming
for. And, I could not find a super-simple
diagram to illustrate ATP production. By
super simple I mean “so simple a bright four-year-old or a
not-very-bright-at-all high-schooler could follow it.” Anyone got one? Preferably copyright-free?
You might wonder why I’m sitting in a coffee shop blogging
when clearly I should be working on page 11.
I have no legitimate answer for that, except that I felt I owed my
readers a little attention.
You hear me, bro?