Zubby Newsletter – March 17, 2003

Hi All,

The show is done and I’m officially a class-A bum. Well, not entirely. I have been keeping busy with tons of little pet project material, drawing and writing. It’s been a good time for creativity and a bit of relaxation (but too much).

It’s an odd feeling waking up and not going to work during the week. I’m still not quite used to it. Gal and I are able to spend more time and I’ve been doing my best to keep the apartment clean (but am mostly unsuccessful with my drawing table, which has piled papers more than I can count).

Friday was frustrating. Our power went out when some faulty wires went down on our building and wasn’t restored until about 18 hours later. Most of our freezer stuff thawed and water was all over the floor. It was a mess. No power meant no heat, so Gal and I went out for dinner and a couple drinks, figuring that sitting around candles is okay, but only for so long. Now that the power is back, we’ve got flashlights and candles strategically placed for easy access in case other problems develop.

Now that Makeshift Miracle is done, I’m in talks with a few people about getting it published in book form. I’m also doing some more short story material, keeping my page updated and experimenting a bit more.

Otherwise, it’s cold and foggy here in Halifax. Luckily, I’m staying inside 🙂

I should have a big announcement next week, so stay out of trouble until then. I don’t want to let the cat out of the bag until things are finalized.

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