Since this will only be my fourth post for the month, it doesn't seem possible that I could become less prolific around here, but enormous changes in my work schedule are likely to have some sort of trickle-down effect on my writing time.
What this means, I can't really say. It's going to take some time to readjust all the other patterns of my life, and quite honestly, writing isn't as much of a priority as it used to be. I'll presumably pop back here from time to time, but it may take some time before that happens.
For now, let me just note the passing of Robert Hegyes, Juan Epstein from Welcome Back, Kotter, my favorite sitcom when I was eleven. It's funny how the clips of Brooklyn street life in the opening credits look vaguely hellish today, but when I was a kid, I longed desperately to go there, to be anywhere away from the isolation of the country. Now, of course, I'd give anything to go back to the life I once had, the life I once hated, the life that is gone forever.
Sorry, did I say "funny"? That may not have been the word I meant...