Over the weekend I shared my screenplay with the critique group (which went really well), and hung out with sanguinity, at the PDXBOT.com event and Bubble Tea (both fun). I wish I had anything interesting to report since, but I've been having another poor-sleep cycle. Fortunately I can still work while half-awake, but the rest of my time isn't exactly productive. I barely find it interesting; I can't imagine anyone else would. Still, you're reading this, and I appreciate the fact that you are concerned enough to keep reading, on the off chance that I'll more to report. Thanks! I hope you have a festive Cinco de Mayo, whatever you're celebrating!
* In case you couldn't tell, the "facts" presented above actually aren't exactly true, so don't go around telling everybody this thinking that they'll be impressed with your knowledge. Cinco de Mayo actually commemorates the Battle of Puebla. But it is a real Mexican National Holiday, which we, for some reason, choose to celebrate too, and most Americans have no idea what it's about.