I'm writing this at a California Tortilla restaurant. This shizz is da bomb. For $8, I just had a delicious steak fajita platter that really hit the spot.
Assuming I don't get violently ill later, I'll be coming back.
I'm here alone, enjoying my own company, because my partner's taken the kids to NY to visit his parents. I love my family, but I also love the occasional opportunity to send them off and have the house - and the restaurant - all to myself.
With the kids gone, I'm going to buckle down to finish the digital photography book I've been working on for a couple of months now. I plan on marketing it on line as an e-book, so that you can download it right away and have it in your hot little hands. Well, in your hot little hard drive.
It's geared to DSLR users, and I think it answers a lot of questions that new and intermediate users have.
I hope its a good read, but the writing is tedious. I'm doing a lot of research and fact-checking because I want to get it right. And since those aren't my strong points (lounging and the memorization of useless trivia, are) its slow going.
Speaking of getting it right, as I write this, I'm listening on my MP3 player to the latest episode of The Digital Photography Show - #63. It's pretty much done, but when we were taping it yesterday, I remember thinking "I have to go back later and cut that part out."
Of course, now I can't remember what the heck I was supposed to cut out.
So, I'm listening to the whole thing to catch whatever it was that had me worried. The ironic part is that its our longest show ever - an hour and half. So, for those of you who say you want a longer show, you got it. For those of you who are easily bored - listen in two or three parts.
So far, I haven't found anything that I need to take out, and seeing as how I'm hardly paying attention to it, there's a good chance I'm going to miss it. If you hear something crazy this week, please forgive me.