Damned Day Job

Yes, I have one of those, albeit from home and entrepreneurial in nature. Actually, I have 2 money-making gigs. I also have 2 non money-making gigs: the Tax Deductions’ mother and this here book thing I hope will start paying for itself in a little while.

I have a DDJ for the usual reason: Books. Oh, uhm, roof and food. Right. And clothing. For the Tax Deductions. Dude and I go au naturel.

Now, between the Tax Deductions, the DDJs, and the fact that my editor just bled all over my imaginary friends (thank you, Lorna!), I will be busy with scissors and cheap tape for the next little while. Office Depot is my home away from home.

In the meantime, please visit Thmazing’s Thmusings where you will find installment number 2 of The Erotic in LDS Lit. I’m finding the development of this series very profound and I’m still unpacking it.

3 thoughts on “The DDJ

  • September 4, 2008 at 12:58 am


    I hope when you’ve finished unpacking, you’ll offer your take here. Let’s get some conversation going!

    Oh–and tomorrow I’m finally going to speak from experience on the AFS brouhaha. I’m still kind of pissed Zarahemla didn’t just send me a review copy (they use my reviews all the time), but I have to force myself to remember not to be petty and that Chris doesn’t know that I am me.

    I wonder if that would make a difference…?

    My own “real job” back to life with the kids back in the halls and my getting-stuff-done time has shrunk more than I thought (though less than I feared). Man, I have a lot to do. A letter to you, for example. Be excited.

  • September 4, 2008 at 9:37 am

    Speak from experience? As in, you’re going to do a review? Hallelujah! More drahmah.

    Oooh oooh, a letter to little ol’ me??? Reminds me of when I waited for letters from a missionary. I think. Maybe that’s me channeling about a half dozen missionary stories. It’s been so long since I was that age.

  • September 5, 2008 at 12:09 am


    I would have written you already but looking professional is going to be a little more complicated than usual.


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