When everything that isn’t turning out right cannot make me unhappy

August 21, 2006

I’ve got less than 2 weeks until I move back to Boston, which is a very scary thought. But the past few days have been pretty good, so I just need to take care of some business before I move back up to Boston and all should be well.

I added a few links over the past few weeks to my already huge list of links. They’re good ones though, so I can’t hold them back from the people.

I was working on the header image earlier, but Photoshop Elements crashed. And I hadn’t saved my progress. :(. Oh well, I’ll continue work on that in a little.

I’ll be at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino from August 27th through the 29th, since my dad wanted to take a small trip and get a chance to go somewhere with me. However, him prying me away from the poker tables should prove to be a job in and of itself. Maybe I can go around claiming TV show characters were based on me when I didn’t really even hold the job they are portrayed as having (Yes, I am looking at you, Mr. Jamie Gold).

Now as to why I’m so happy, Read the rest of this entry »

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A bit of an apology

July 26, 2006

To my few loyal readers. I’ve been busy, tired, trying to figure out why my ear started randomly bothering me a few days ago, with my dad at a car dealership for 3.5 hours even though he already agreed the previous week to buy the car, trying to figure out a way to possibly end up in Boston this upcoming weekend to visit friends, and of course I’ve had work. Over the next few days I should get a chance to write a bit more. And I’ll definitely chime in with my thoughts on any Yankees trades. And I’ll probably take a look at Eric Duncan’s resurgence since moving back to the level he should’ve started the year at, AA.

You can now view pictures of the wonderful Yankees game that involved the Melky walkoff. They include some scenic stadium shots from the rain delay, a man who tried to jump the wall in RF getting surrounded by security, a security woman asking some fans for tickets to the championship level seating, Andy Phillips signing autographs before getting a huge ovation for being the first out to stretch, Melky having fun jogging while A-Rod looks on, the odd defense that had Damon at first and Phillips at second, and of course, the celebration.