Well, now that the Tigers are back below .500, the universe seems to be just a little more right somehow. Sigh. Oh well, tomorrow the Wings and Kings start their series, and hopefully that will give me something to be enthused about. At least the Wings shouldn’t have too much trouble in the first round. Should be doing a journal update tomorrow, so I’ll save all the juicy stuff for then. I just got done chatting with C. and I haven’t been getting much sleep,…

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I’ve been thinking about publicity for the .org recently; aside from submitting the site to search engines, I haven’t done much to get word out. In the past I’ve always relied on word-of-mouth advertising for my sites, but I’m wondering if maybe I should try something else. I’d like to get my message out to as many people as possible, and it would help to have a wider potential audience. The thing is, though, most of what I see out there to help “get the…

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I just threw some Sarah McLachlan on while I’m writing the text for the March Snow photos on the .org. It’s kind of hard to come up with text for these shots because I think they explain themselves pretty well, but hopefully I’ll be done here in a short while. I’m kind of eager to upload the first shots from the “real” camera anyway, because those are about a hundred times clearer. I just hope we get some greenery here soon, so I have an…

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The latest word on my grandfather is that the pneumonia has spread to his liver, and that he may still have another week or two (or possibly even three) left to go. My grandmother actually wants to bring him home, but I don’t know about that. Then again, I can hardly put myself in her shoes when it comes to something like this. I hadn’t really discussed it recently, but my monitor’s kind of been on the fritz recently, with dark sections of the screen…

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Holy crap, the Tigers are on top of the AL Central. Okay, so it’s only the first week of the season, but this is the latest in the season they’ve been on top of their division in (watakushi no kioku ga tashika naraba) the last seven years. And they’re even above .500 to boot. Of course, now they have to go to Minnesota and face the team that knocked them on their collective keysters the first two games of the season, and I’m only guaranteed…

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