Monday, March 08, 2010


This past week has not been a fantastic one for me. I made far more visits to various doctors' offices and pharmacies than I care to in an entire year. Everything's okay, just having some issues that are really mucking around with my normal life.

Highlight of the week was Friday night. I went with Staci (who else - she is probably so sick of me!) to the Music Farm downtown to see Henry Rollins. It was weird walking into that venue and seeing rows of chairs - makes the place look much smaller. As expected, a good time was had by all. As Staci so eloquently said, it was "entertaining and insightful". Also the crowd was much less annoying than the usual Music Farm audience, so that was a plus. I didn't take as many photos because I was actually paying attention, and as it were, it's very hard to get a photo of someone who moves around so much. Soooo here's a nice blurry picture:

I'm on spring break this week and it will be nice to rest and sort of catch up on things. I had hoped to go somewhere, but my financial situation doesn't allow it. Maybe I'll be able to get out and about somewhere local, but I'm just really honestly tired after this past week. So..we'll see.

I had a job interview on Tuesday. No word back on whether I got the job or not, but I'm really hoping so. The hiring manager figured they'd be prepared to make a decision by the middle of this week, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed. It'll be mildly hard work, but the pay will be decent and that's what I need at the moment.

In other news, it seems that the vegan "blogosphere" is abuzz with pancake recipes. I'm not a big fan of pancakes. Never have been. But for the past couple of weeks, I keep thinking about them. So...this week, I'm going to make pancakes. And I'm going to enjoy them, dammit.


  1. Pancakes! Hehehhehehe!

    How about French Toast?

  2. Don't even get me started on french toast...

  3. Just getting caught up... hope the pancakes were good. Glad to hear you're so up about graduation this year. NYC isn't all it's cracked up to be (imho)... how about Austin for the music lover in you? Several publications run "most livable city" lists to check out. Fingers crossed for the job. And :-( for your mac!

  4. You know, the other day I just threw out Austin as a suggestion for a good place to live, off of the top of my head, because of the music. Today I stumbled across this:

    Austin is ranked #1 in livability for young adults. Hmmmmm....