Friday, March 30, 2001

I’m going to be very busy over the coming week or so, so bear with me. Here’s my itinerary:

  • Friday — A deadline at work, followed by a sleepover at McLean Bible Church, with the AWANA kids.
  • Saturday — The sleepover ends, and I go to Coffee and Classics at 10:30 a.m. to discuss more of Spurgeon’s All of Grace. I have a respite Saturday afternoon and evening, leading into…
  • Sunday — Church in the morning, followed by Lauren (my niece’s) third birthday party in the afternoon. Then I have AWANA club that evening, and a Daemonsong Productions meeting starting at 8:00 p.m.
  • Monday — Work, then I fly out to Chicago at 7:45 p.m. Fortunately, I managed to get a round-trip flight for only USD $410.
  • Tuesday — A speaking engagement at COMDEX in the morning, then I fly back here, getting in around midnight.

I didn’t realize that COMDEX was so soon. This is a common problem with me, though. Last night I got fed up with it, and set up a new calendar system at home: I pulled my current wall calendar apart and posted two months’ worth of pages at once. Every month I’ll re-shuffle the pages so that I can always see two months’ worth of engagements at once. I may add a third page, actually.

So, what else is going on. Anime news: Nadia and the Secret of the Blue Water (a classic Gainax TV series about a 14-year-old girl and boy, set in a vaguely 20,000 Leagues under the Sea-ish world) is coming to DVD in June, as is the sweet romantic comedy series Ah! My Goddess/Oh My Goddess!. Dual Parallel Trouble Adventure (a semi-spoof of the angsty mech epic Neon Genesis Evangelion) continues to see delays, with the fourth and final DVD not scheduled until April 10th.

Points of View, the media review site that I intermittently post reviews on, has moved to its own domain (since killed): I’m still getting the kinks worked out, but it’s exciting to see. I’ll have to post a few reviews there.

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