30 July 2007

Updates

Just a few thoughts and comments, in no particular order:

One of the cool things about Lulu is that it lets you track sales / downloads in realtime. So, I'm excited to report that The Simplicity Cycle book is moving! It's been downloaded over 100 times (whee!), and... people are also buying the print version (whoo-hoo!). That's particularly cool because the downloads are free, whereas I make a little moolah on the print version (emphasis on little). Big thanks to all my blogger friends (new and old) who have helped spread the word!

Watched "Who Wants To Be A Superhero" last week. It was just as corny and cringeworthy as last season. The show is embarrasingly lame. We watched every single episode last season, and even though (just like last year) we said we won't watch anymore, there's a good chance we'll watch the whole thing this time too. It's like a trainwreck - I can't turn away. I also can't believe my lovely wife watches it with me... and I can't believe how badly I want to be on the show...

We're on the road today, taking the kiddo's up to the grandparents for a week by the lake... while Kim and I get to do fun things like 1) close on our house, 2) clear out the basement to get ready for the packers 3) attend a bankrupcy hearing for a lady who owes us money 4) hopefully catch Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix at the theater.

I'm still not quite finished editing the Boomer Sisters #3 - hoping to do that this week too...

2 comments:

Deb said...

Too bad you can't take a hotair balloon ride while the girls are at camp mimi!! :)

Michelle said...

Hope you guys have a great week!

I can't believe you saw every episode and are back for more. :) I watched a couple last season, and that's exactly what it was . . . train wreck. I couldn't believe it. I had to make Ken watch one with me just to have a witness - it was the episode where the guy in the red spandex (can't remember his SH name) just carried the little kid around the fountain looking for her mom. I do give them credit. I could not be that corny without cracking a laugh at least every twenty seconds of taping.