Cramming the days together
It’s almost the weekend again and I’ve not caught up from the last one.
In other news:
Work continues to be a combination of tending to existing projects and finding time to work on the big to-do list of new things.
Having the TV without any sort of broadcast signal has been super helpful to that regard.
I can’t breathe through my nostrils and although this is not the worst thing that could happen, it certainly is annoying.
So many folks getting married or having babies. A good friend called to say she stopped drinking, and immediately I knew she was pregnant. Both (future) parents are really awesome people and I’m thrilled.
I was hoping for more excitement from E3 announcements, but more than anything, I just vacillate between being over and underwhelmed. I’ll admit I’m a Nintendo fanboy, but waving a controller in the air sorta freaks me out.
A highlight of the week was renting The Family Stone from the videostore up the street. It was free because I’ve rented so many movies. The downfall? It was a flimsy shod of a movie. Two thumbs down, minus 3.5 stars.