For about a three hours earlier on Monday, the site was down. Everything is working now, so don’t worry. If there is any issue, I’ve had Dreamhost support bookmarked and followed on twitter after all the trouble I had moving the site between hosting, so you don’t need to worry.

I had my first day working with Frank on Friday. It was very informal, and really just ended up being us working in the far corner of a very large room, bent over computers. I was working on his website, he was arting a bunch—it was fun. I’m actually going to head back into the studio some time today. Hopefully, I can sleep tonight—by the time I managed to get to bed on Friday, I counted that I had been awake for 36 hours straight. I haven’t been getting much sleep in the past week.

This weekend I visited all of my friends back at Purchase. I had a good time, despite not doing much. It seems my friends have taken up playing World of Warcraft again. I played WoW for a class a few years ago, and while I enjoyed it, the game wasn’t really my cup of tea, and despite buying multiple months of game time, and renewing my account several times, I’ve never played since. Yes, you heard me: I played WoW for a class. (A class that no longer has that in the curriculum, so Jake: Ahahahaha~!) Anyway, the important thing was that I wasn’t home, and that I was around my friends.

On Friday night, I listened to a two-hour long story from one of my friends from last year that had me in hysterics. It may have been one of the most explicit and horrible true stories I’d ever heard, and yet, I want VERY badly to record him telling it over, and make some sort of animated version, because it is epic. Saturday and Sunday were tame, and mostly uneventful. Over the course of my visit, I made amends with two people I was on less-than good terms with, so I’m counting the weekend as a cosmic win overall.

As for comic business, I’m considering making a donation desktop image out of either the last panel on this page, or the big panel on Friday’s update… I have both images saved individually, and can easily work on more detailed versions of them. I’d probably offer them via the “buy me dinner” button on the left of this post, with a minimum of $1 per donation. I know the webcomic Spinnerette does this all the time, but I don’t know if I should. If people are interested, please comment below on whether or not you want to give me money.

Oddly, a friend of mine suggested that the story wasn’t moving fast enough, even at 2 pages a week. This surprised me—I thought I hadn’t given enough focus to anything, to the point where I thought I was moving too fast. I’d like to hear opinions, so please, if you have one, post in the comments below.

That’s all for now. I think I’m just going to relax before I have to adventure into Brooklyn again tomorrow.