TOP has been on hiatus lately, although, largely thanks to Ctein, it often hasn't looked that way.
Speaking of which, my thanks to Ctein for doing such a good job filling in. It marked the first time since 2005 that someone else has run TOP, even for a short time.
I might be offline for several days starting soon. Finally, finally, finally we are scheduled to close on the new old house (it was built in 1880 but it's new to me) tomorrow at 11. The moving help comes at 2:30 to help me with some of the larger furniture. With any luck I'll be in the house for the first time on Thursday night, after reuniting with Butters and Lulu for the first time in weeks.
Don't know when the Internet will start working, though. So The Online Photographer may be offline briefly. (No, I will not be changing the name.)
Hopefully the next news you hear will be keystroked from the main office computer in TOP's new Nearly Almost Sortakinda Lakeside World Headquarters. (I'll be about seven miles from Penn Yan, New York and about two stones' throws from the lake. As I may have mentioned already I have already bought a copy of Penn Yan and How It Got That Way, by Frances Dumas, in not one but two volumes. Um, yikes.)
And after that, he said very hopefully, NO MORE MOVING for a while. Hopefully a long while. In case you're wondering: twice in one year is too much.
Thanks to all our loyal fans for your great patience with all of this! It's my midlife adventure—everyone wants one, and yet it's probably a good thing they can't go on forever. :-)
—Mike, Chief Logistics Technician and Harassed Personal Assistant to Self
(Big thanks to S. for putting me up and putting up with me for these past 18 days)
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