Strange day so far. Work is busy, but a few things have struck me: Was driving into work today and spotted an older, heavier gentleman in the large Lincoln next to me at the stoplight. He was wearing a cowboy hat, sunglasses, light-colored suit, and white gloves made of lace! Drove further down Hennepin and […]
Please go sign this e-petition for stopping Bush’s effort to ban gay marriage.
I just got this email from MoveOn.org. For those of you in Minnesota, this is directly applicable to you. For those of you outside of MN, I urge you to call your legistlators. Thank you for supporting the “United, Not Divided” campaign. There’s not much time left. The Senate is expected to vote on the […]
Went to an NA meeting tonight. This meeting has an open discussion during the latter half and I was thinking about what I might say on my way over there. It occurred to me that it’s been a pretty busy week, and I’m surprised I’m handling it as well as I am. My mother was […]
Good lord – I have Wilson Phillips’ One More Day stuck in my head! I’m really looking forward to this weekend. … la la la hold on for one more day!
I had a really long day yesterday. Work included an all-day meeting with a new vendor we’re working with. I ducked out when I could to actually work, but still ended up leaving the office with a to-do list a mile long. My mother called me on my way home. She wasn’t doing well and […]
Holy shite. I took a spinning class after a chest workout at The Firm. It was an intense program – I never knew exercycle riding could be such hard work! I encourage you all to join in. It’s fun to watch me wheeze 🙂
I think I might try to go to the Wilde Roaste tonight – anyone wanna meet up?
… I spotted a multi-tasking hobo the other day! He was quite clever. His cardboard sign must have been made out of a refrigerator box, given it’s size. Jim pointed out that he probably also used the sign as his house. They sure are getting clever these days!
Okay, so I did get something good out of A Million Little Pieces, afterall. The last 50 or so pages are actually getting good. James Frey speaks about how we (we being alcoholics and addicts) are all born normal [perhaps genetically predispositioned to addiction, but I don’t know…] people. Then the disease strikes, and it’s […]