Monday, March 31, 2008

Horrorfind Weekend

It's hard to believe the second date of our Night of the Living Dead 40th Anniversary Tour is already behind us. We've all eagerly anticipated each of these events and it's a shame they pass by so quickly.

One of the highlights of my weekend was having dinner at Mo's Seafood in Baltimore with Judy O'Dea, Bill Hinzman and Michelle Morgan of Diary of the Dead. Thanks again for driving us, Bill! You really are the #1 Zombie!

I reconnected with some old friends and made some new ones (always networking!) and I look forward to seeing them at other venues in the near future. I even collected a few more tattoos for the gallery!.

Thanks to Horrorfind and all the NOTLD fans for a great weekend!

Our next stop will be Fangoria in Los Angeles next month. Come on out and see us!

P.S. Oops! I almost forgot -- Horrorfind pictures are posted here.

Monday, March 24, 2008

Li'l Sugarcat Linnie

And in other news...

Now I know why my Li'l Linnie is so sweet! She's been diagnosed with diabetes. She's in the hospital right now but she'll be coming home tomorrow. :) She'll require daily insulin injections and a different diet. I've been reading a lot online about feline diabetes and there's a lot of conflicting information. I guess we'll have to find what works best for us and shut out the other noise.

Keep your fingers and toes crossed for Linnie.


I received the following e-mail today from Please take a minute to read it and sign their petition. The people of Tibet desperately need a voice and we can give it to them. Thanks.

"After decades of repression, the Tibetan people are crying out to the world for change. The spotlight of the upcoming Olympic Games is now on China, and Tibetan Nobel peace prize winner the Dalai Lama is calling to end all riots and violence through restraint and dialogue--he urgently needs the support of the world's people.

China's hardliners are lashing out publicly at the Dalai Lama--but we're told that President Hu Jintao may believe dialogue is the best hope for stability in Tibet. China's leadership is right now considering a crucial choice between repression and dialogue that could determine Tibet's--and China's--future.

We can affect this historic choice – for President Hu, China's global reputation matters. He needs to hear from us that the 'Made in China' brand and the upcoming Olympics in Beijing will succeed only if he chooses dialogue over the hardliners' repression. An avalanche of global people power is moving to get his attention. We're closing on our goal of 1 million signatures and the largest global online petition in history - click below to join the global outcry, and then forward this email to friends and family right away:

China's economy is dependent on "Made in China" exports that we all buy, and the government is keen to make the Olympics in Beijing this summer a celebration of a new and respected China. China is also a sprawling, diverse country with much brutality in its past, so it has good reasons to be concerned about stability -- some of Tibet's rioters killed innocent people. But President Hu must recognize that the greatest danger to Chinese stability and development today comes from hardliners who advocate escalating repression, not from those Tibetans seeking dialogue and reform.

We will deliver our petition directly to Chinese officials in New York, London and Beijing, but it we must reach our goal of 1 million signatures first. Please forward this email to your address book with a note explaining to your friends why this is important, or use our tell-a-friend tool to email your address book--it will come up after you sign.

The Tibetan people have suffered quietly for decades. It is finally their moment to speak--we must help them be heard."

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Here, kitty-kitty...

A friend of mine sent me this today and it made me giggle. I just had to share it. Looks a little like Alf, no?

"Not very friendly." Heehee!

Monday, March 17, 2008

Happy St. Patrick's Day!