August 4th, 2004

chair, apartment

this isn't an intervention

I sort of played softball today, keeping right field safe for a few innings when one of the real players sustained some sort of leg injury. For most of the game, I hung out with Elena and supervised the clipboard. My skill level is much better suited to these tasks.

There were a scary number of geese on the unoccupied fields.


The past few days have been pretty much work focused. I'm in the early stages of a new analysis project and in the closing stages of a couple paper/proposal writing projects and have been unusually motivated.


Also: the laptop I borrowed has a really old version of OSX; so I can't use xjournal and posting through the web interface is much less fun.


Finally, I don't think that the cappuccino on the way home from the IMA was a good idea.
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in case you didn't read my oh-so-informative metblogs post, a reminder about first thursday:

Of particular note for this Thursday -- it's the first First Thursday for the Forgotten Works Gallery in their new space in the Tashiro Kaplan Building [artspace], which has been redeveloped to include galleries and 50 artist live/work spaces. Part of the first show is another Forgotten Works Challenge, in which 50 artists were given 30 days and 30 canvases . The resulting pieces will be displayed throughout the gallery and will be available for immediate purchase for $40. If previous challenges are any indication, the show is bound to include a variety of styles and is a great opportunity to support local artists by acquiring new decorations at an excellent price.