josh (joshc) wrote,
josh
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tired

Longish day, even though it's not really even late.

Went to class in the morning and actually arrived on time. The class is in one of the most crowded and uncomfortable rooms, which really makes it harder to like it.

After hanging out at home for a couple of hours I went downtown for a meeting and to do some work. I discovered that it was really easy to access my iBook from the windows network. I should've known this, but these little details are still pretty fun.

From work, I went to Pioneer Square to meet Rachel, Carole, and Jenn for the first Thursday art walk. While I was waiting for them, I had a really good grilled cheese sandwich at Elliott Bay. We spent most of our time in the galleries, where we eventually met up with Kate and David. Looking at all of the expensive artwork, we decided that it seems like a good short term idea to abuse credit limits to get a loft and some pricey paintings.

Instead of following this path to financial ruin, we eventually elected to look at some of the more affordable artwork being displayed outside. On a whim, I bought a drawing of a white and gold cat. It would make a great T-shirt, but I'm not sure what I'll do with the print. Having lived here for so long, I hadn't done the whole art walk / first thursday thing, so I'm glad to have done it.

We tried to get some dessert, but gave up after being unable to find a good parking spot.
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