Peaking out

My Internet footprint is bigger than it should be. I write regularly on three blogs. I have Flickr, Buzznet, and Twitter accounts. I have a MySpace and Facebook pages (both, grudgingly). All of that, combined with an increasingly active offline life, means I sometimes neglect this, my oldest and favorite place to hide on the Internet.

The past week has seen me writing a lot more on Up For Poker. Recent events, not the least of which was yet another poker game robbery here in G-Vegas have kept me pretty busy.

The last couple of weeks have been exactly what I needed on the offline front. I’ve seen a ton of live music, including Tony Trischka, Fishbone, Michael Franti, and the Black Crowes. Tonight I’m going to see They Might Be Giants for the first time in nearly a decade.

I also am planning a post with the working title of “Get in my pants” which I’m sure everyone is just dying to read. Or something.

A weekend as a single dad, followed by a personal/work project in the following week, followed by Thanksgiving, a trip to Vegas, the holidays, the Bahamas, and a wedding trip to Louisiana should make for a lot of good blogging fodder in the next few months.

If I can only find the time to sit down and write about it all.


Brad Willis

Brad Willis is a writer based in Greenville, South Carolina. Willis spent a decade as an award-winning broadcast journalist. He has worked as a freelance writer, columnist, and professional blogger since 2005. He has also served as a commentator and guest on a wide variety of television, radio, and internet shows.

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4 Responses

  1. Take a deep breadth and remember, family first, blog last. Your loyal readers will still be here.

  2. I saw TMBG at the Orange Peel this weekend and they were great. TAke a $20 to buy a copy of The Else on vinyl after the show.

    Also, if they play Angel, my wife may riot, since they left that out of the set on Saturday.


  3. Jealous over the They Might Be Giants concert. I even bought the ABC’s soundtrack for my kids (or, er…maybe also a little for myself) to listen to in the family mobile.

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