Monthly Archives: July 2006
Five years later…it’s my last week in Raleigh. I feel very very torn. I talked to Kristie for a while yesterday and it helped (look, people leave and go on to live healthy and normal lives!). I’ll miss this place … Continue reading
I just woke up (11:15 AM). This means I slept through my last Sunday at Grace. 😦
Modern Living / Neurotica series Interactive, kinda creepy, black and white flash animations. Just odd.
So the power flickered during the thunderstorm this afternoon – more than enough to turn the power on most of the machines off. Everyone walked around, testing this machine and that machine, getting it all back going. After that people … Continue reading
Andi is a beautiful, wonderful, servant and daughter of the God on High. She happily picked me up last night and carted me to Rex to the ER. I really thought I was going to make it out of Raleigh … Continue reading
PCRs mysteriously stopped working. Thought life was bad. Then I had a serious allergic reaction to *organic* apple juice. sigh
Finally got that haircut. Nice to have it all gone.
I spent pretty much all day yesterday with Andi, and she is, in fact, one of the most amazing women alive. She’s moving into a new place, so I made her slipcovers. The little sewing machine that could from Greengate … Continue reading
I think most people don’t realize this, but I really dig art. Especially modern art. My love affair with art started in June 1999, when I was in Scotland and saw Van Gogh’s Olive Trees: Bright Blue Sky. This crummy … Continue reading
Top of my wish list.