Late Happy Thanksgiving

I’ve let it get late, so it’s now technically the day after Thanksgiving, but I hope all my readers in the US had a great holiday.  It was just me, my wife, and the pets again this year, but we are planning to get together with family for a big celebration in 2020.

I don’t have any pictures of our meal this time, as we decided to eat our chicken (a turkey would’ve been too much for just two people, even though the dog offered to take up any slack) early in the day, take the dog on a long hike, then do sides and dessert later in the day.

I apologize that I haven’t posted any science-fiction content in a while, and also haven’t visited many of my fellow bloggers’ pages recently, but I hope to resume both shortly.  At my new job, I was immediately thrown into the deep end (with cement shoes).  I also just went through a stressful house purchase, and I won’t be moving in until some repairs are done.

OK, enough complaining.  I hope you all had plenty to be thankful for, and I’d like to thank you for sticking around during my absence.  I’ve got plans for more magazine reviews, posting about a sequel novel that was shockingly different from its predecessor, and a couple of posts that will go off on tangents a bit.


  1. Happy Thanksgiving to you, as well@

  2. Life, always putting the cement shoes on you when you least expect it!

    1. I’ll have to see if I can chip them off over the next month or two.

  3. We’re still here. Deal with life and we’ll be ready when you are.

    1. Thanks, I hope the life issues will settle down soon.

  4. J. D. Brink · · Reply

    The big move and life transitioning takes longer than you think it will. I’m going on 2 years now out of the Navy and moved back to the States and I still feel behind! Don’t tell yourself you’re not doing enough (as I do, as most of us do), it all takes time and it’s way more important than the rest of this stuff! Happy Thanksgiving!

    1. Wow, I hope you’ll feel caught up soon. I remember my move home from Asia being easier, but I had some really lucky situations where family could help out with job and housing things then.

  5. Happy Holidays, friend!

  6. Good luck with the house, and with the job!

  7. We held down the fort.

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