First, I want to thank those who commented and wrote me emails expressing their condolences on the passing of my mother. I wrote a brief post Saturday, the anniversary of her death.
Many misunderstood the entry, and thought I had lost my Mom that day. It was actually two years ago. I just wanted to call attention to the fact that I still miss her; even though it had been two years ago that day.
Her death was actually one of the reasons why I moved from my hometown. After caring for both my parents who were quite elderly(I was born very late in their lives), I was finally able to move away, knowing nothing was holding me back.
My sincere thanks to those readers, though.
Second, I have completed tomorrow’s Tuesday in Focus series. Look for that.
Third, many are asking me about my comedy career. It’s still on hold, but if you have been following “On the Road”, you’ll see I am still planning on doing something in 2005. In fact, I will begin work on a new ventriloquist figure in the following weeks, that will be an addition to my act.
And finally, the Christmas season has begun at the Robison household. A Christmas tree is standing a few feet from this computer. In the words of Clark W. Griswold in Christmas Vacation, “Looks Great! Little full, lotta sap”