Tuesday, May 10, 2011

My Latest Article on Examiner.com

If you were previously reading my Steals and Deals column on Examiner.com, welcome to my new endeavor. My latest article on Examiner.com, below, is probably what lead you here. So relax, throw on a blanket...oh heck, go nuts and put on a Snuggie! No one's looking and they're WAY more comfortable!...and check out my new home. Be sure to let me know what you think.

By the way, did YOU want to write for Examiner.com? Apply here.  Using that link will allow me to refer you. Because we all like knowing people that have a little pull.
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Why hello there, Washington, DC. It's been awhile. You're looking well. Did you lose a little weight? Do a little something to your hair? It's longer, right? Or maybe...shorter. Anyway, I like it. It suits you. Not that you didn't look great before.

Yeeeeaaaaaahhhh...I'm sorry that I never called.

I know we were doing the Steals and Deals thing together for awhile and it was really exciting. The future was looking bright and things were moving really fast. We were landing deals of which we dared not to dream.

But I have to be honest. I got a little bored.

It's probably me, not you. You were fantastic. But I tend to bore easily. And the deal-seeking thing just wasn't cutting it anymore.

Maybe one day in the future, I'll feel like settling down and we can really give this a shot at making this work. I do hope so. And if you're not opposed to it, I wouldn't mind writing you a little something from time to time in the meanwhile.
But I must admit that I've moved on. She's called Not Another Geek's Blog and she's great. Fantastic, really. I'm not trying to make you jealous. Feel free to stop by whenever it's good for you and check her out. I think you'll see what I'm talking about.

I've made it really easy, DC. Just subscribe with any of the handy-dandy tools on the left of the page (my favorite is the email feature) and we won't have to have a long, tearful goodbye. And you'll get to see what I'm like when I'm being my regular [possibly] geeky self.

Let's not be strangers.