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So. Hey. I'm back. Should be for real this time, at least for the moment.
I quit my job last week. Well, not quit entirely; just quit as a manager. I'll still be helping out part time like I always have. The reasons for this are practically endless, but the short version is that it wasn't worth the headache, especially considering what I was getting paid. See, they never put my on a salary or gave me benefits like they were supposed to, so I was working hourly, and only working 40 hours a week like a normal person didn't really net me enough to make it seem worth it, so 40 hours turned into 60-70 hours which turned into 90 hours...and I threw aside all my hobbies and interests and didn't see my friends or family and just was spending most of the time angry or tired, and overall it just wasn't good for me or anyone around me. So I jumped ship. The sad thing is that I was warned that this would happen by a number of people who had done it before, it was just one of those things I had to experience to believe how bad it was.
ANYWAY, I'm not completely out of work by any means; like I said I'm still working part-time for them, and one of our venues recently went through some management changes including switching to in-house security, and one of my friends is heading up the new team, so I jumped on with him as well. So, as of now I'm still working a solid 30-40 hours a week, but not so much that I won't be able to work on the comic. So with any luck we'll be back to fairly regular updates. Look forward to it.
Anyhow, yes, the original wolf Dreamer does bear a striking resemblance to Riza. Question of the Update: Give her a name?
Well too bad it didn't exactly work out as planned. But sometimes such things are positive, you've learned to look at past employees of those positions and ask for more info and to get things in writing so they can't go back on it. As for the name, she looks rather like a frontier era american so I'd say something like Susan or the like, I've never been good with coming up with name anyways.