May 05, 2004

Double-bagging posts

Yes, for now, I'm double-posting new entries.

I'm working on a new home for Ramblings' Journal, courtesy of the humble folks at

Moving over to Munuviana does pose some issues; not the least of which is learning the intricacies and nuances of Movable Type.

My only exposure to using MT up to now is my infrequent post over at Blogcritics. Which reminds me that I'm overdue for something new to post over there. I've had this part-finished review of SSX 3 (one of the best sports-based video games out there, save the Madden franchise) sitting on my drive for the past few months, which needs a jolt from me to get finished.

Then again, I'm also dealing with trying to get the first chapter of my book finished as well (if nothing else, than to keep She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed off of my back).

Add to that two job interviews so far this week, at least one more tomorrow, and a radio interview on Friday (I'm scheduled to be on Lee Rodgers' morning show on KSFO San Francisco in the 8A PT hour, take a listen if you get a chance!), plus the kids' various practices (Mitchell's choir; Jasmine's orchestra), and keeping up with an active 2 year-old between job-search activities, and you can see that my hands and plate are pretty full.

But enough of that.

The new home will still be called Ramblings' Journal (, and yes, I'll eventually paint and spruce up the place with something more than the basic MT template soon enough.

I'm actually pretty jazzed about it, and thrilled to be throwing off the yokes of BlogSpot and the headaches associated with it!

Posted by mhking at May 5, 2004 09:42 AM

Your cup runneth over! Enjoy God's blessings.

Posted by: La Shawn Barber at May 5, 2004 05:42 PM

Ah, doesn't it feel good to be off of blogger? There are so many more customizations that you have at your fingertips with MT. You're going to LOVE it even more once you get used to it.

Posted by: Linda at May 5, 2004 06:57 PM

Yay! (the traditional Munuvian greeting)

Posted by: Ted at May 6, 2004 10:59 AM

Also, the preferred Munuviana greeting, "Yay."

Posted by: Mamamontezz at May 6, 2004 05:12 PM dear coliseumdescribedguarded

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