Monday, February 28, 2005

(vamps till ready)

Okay this is going to be sort of a punt this morning.  I had way too much weekend for me to be able to do it justice here and now, so instead I’ll just mention that we finished oiling our new ranma.  I personally think it looks great and it relaxes me, so I’m going to keep it around today in blog form.  Tonight I go to GAMH to see a fun concert with good friends; it will be a party the likes of which I haven’t seen on a Monday night in a dog’s age, assuming a reasonably well-aged dog.  So I’m psyched and I’ve had a good time, but god knows when I’ll have a chance to fill you in on the details.  I’ll try to write it up on the bus today while it’s still as fresh as the durian currently stanking up my fridge.  But as a photo-teaser, try to guess what’s happening: here!

See you tomorrow, maybe with another phone-it-in post that isn’t worth your paltry subscription fee.  I mean....

... hey…

that's just the way it seemed to me at 09:18 AM

Love the pictures. Number 4 is my faveorite I think. Mostly because it calls to mind the desert and I’d love to be someplace hot right now.

Posted by patricia  on  02/28  at  10:56 AM

Honestly dude, I never could bring myself to try a durian due to the ‘stank’, though I’m told once you taste it you dont really smell it any more.  You’re a brave man!

Posted by Shannon  on  02/28  at  11:43 AM

i have no idea what a ranma is but those pictures are breathtaking.  truly gorgeous.  thanks for posting them.

Posted by romy  on  02/28  at  12:19 PM

Your comments don’t like me today.  boooooooooooooooooooooo

Posted by Miss Bliss  on  02/28  at  12:41 PM

O Dan dan dan.......  I thought the photo you took of the beautiful tea cups with the varying hues of tea leaves would have made for a more fascinating photo then me picture with a lovely double chin!!

Shannon, With regards to the Durian, I swear when you bite into the Durian meat, it does not taste like it smells.  It’s sweet and I akin the texture to sweet potato & ice cream!

Posted by  on  03/01  at  10:41 AM
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