This week was very quiet on my end, and things didn’t go as planned — I’m not in my Old Louisville home; won’t be until the current tenant moves out in January — but I did learn one thing: Drinking alcohol demotivates me from writing posts of any sort, especially important calls to action such as Kickstarting my automotive/fashion glossy hybrid.
Of course, I need to create a business case for the magazine, too, so it’ll be a while before I have something to present… which is why god created temping. Yes.
Here’s what did go down this week…
- Picked a few bad songs in honour of a certain BonBon Rose Girl’s birthday this month
- Dropped off a new list of links for your perusal
- On the behest of one of my friends, changed the minimum character count for comments to 30 characters
- Installed the Comment Reply Notification plugin I found through ByAnika to encourage discussion; you can uncheck the box if you don’t want to receive any notifications
- Also installed the nrelate plugin that pops-up off to the side at the end of each post, allowing you to view older posts from the moment this blog was born
- And saw a lot of you check out my first Furry Friday post thanks to Wendy Brandes
Until Monday, I leave with you “Now That We’ve Found Love” by Heavy D & The Boyz, the first track off of their 1991 album Peaceful Journey, an album dedicated to the memory of dancer “Trouble” T. Roy after a fatal fall during a performance with the group in 1990. Heavy D passed away this week at the age of 44 due to respiratory distress; his last appearance was in the 2011 film “Tower Heist,” where he played a courthouse guard. Cheers.