Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Imagine a Noise like Blerp.

Hi.  I hope this means I'll shortly be back at the, ahem, grind.  I still have to be scanned in a giant cigar-tube and have more blood tests, but I'm hoping it will be the last round of that stuff and I can put it behind me.  Thanks for asking after me; I'll be in touch very soon.

All of a sudden, earlier today, I got a little interested in things again.  It came out of the blue, and I think it had a sort of "blerp" sound to it.  Suddenly, I started picking things up and looking at them.  I even turned the Wacom on and I could draw with it; which was a little shocking because I thought I might have fogotten how to. 

I also became interested in looking at comics again. This time round I haven't been, but I have been reading, Mapp and Lucia, and Berlin Stories and Tales of the City and The Woman in White, and others, but no comics.  And I've been looking at manga again; which has been great.  It has been fun catching up with Kurosagi Shitai Takuhaibin and with the Tenpai series and I'm looking forward to blogging about them; soonish. Meanwhile, here's a little look ahead at KCDS #15:

By the way; Blogger is a nightmare to type with just now.  Is it all java now?  Not very user friendly at all. Hopefully that will change.


Mike Lynch said...

Welcome back, Rod. Hope all is well!

Rod McKie said...

Thank you Mike. It's quite thrilling becoming interested in comics and cartoons again. Of course your fine blog has been a great help, as always.

Chris Williams said...

Glad to hear that you're on your way back Rod. Think you'd be surprised about how many people have been asking about you. Look forward to you resuming Twitter and Forum shenanigans.

Brendini said...

This is very good news indeed.

Royston Robertson said...

Glad to hear you're back in action, Rod. Yeah, there have been some changes with Blogger (these sites never go un-messed with for long these days!) but stick with it. I think it's still one of the better blogging services, it's pretty simple to use and you can get good results with it.

Rod McKie said...

Thank you Chris, and Brendini and Royston; it's nice to hear from you.

I'm looking forward to getting back on Twitter, Chris; and facebook too, but I'm not sure I remember the password:/

I put it back too the old interface, Royston, and that did the trick.