Lack of entries, signifies lack of emotional upheaval. This ship is on an even keel. Contentment, for those who have no desire left in their life. A content ship.
Sun, Mar. 26th, 2006, 08:13 pm
For anyone that cares and dosne't know which I don't think is many, I'll be in NY from: 18-29 May. Hotel and flight are all booked.
Anyone free for a drink on 18th?
Tue, Feb. 21st, 2006, 10:33 pm
And she makes me smile.
Having a virus sucks
Having temporary arthritis in both knees because of virus really sucks
Going on a stag do with said arthritis… yes you guessed it sucks
Going to Amsterdam for stag do does have some very nice medicinal advantages
Getting NY pics back and finding a pretty one of Miss Cathrine rocks
More or less four years since I was last there; NY is calling to me and this time I have the money to visit.
I'll be there from the 5 September to 15 September.
This my friends is being typed in my front room via the wonders of wireless. And me being a good and honest boy, it’s my wireless I am and not next doors. Ok I did try to connect to theirs just to see if I could but while it is an unsecured connection there is no internet via it.
Now I’ve had wireless for sometime but no laptop to take advantage of it. That is until the other day when one fell into my hands. Ex clients. They cracked the screen and got a replacement one as it was going to be too expensive to repair it. The cracks are around the edge so it is still very useable and hell it was free. In fact it’s a better spec then my desktop which kinda sucks.
Spike Jonze music videos are playing on the TV and if you have never seen his Sabotage for the Beastie Boys then I urge you to go and track it down. The whole thing is done like the opening credits to a 70’s cop show.
Thank you for listening. We now return you back to your normal programming.
Another day, another year. Clicking by with a regularity that is becoming tiresome.
Christmas came and went. I was ill for most of it. Not bad enough to stop me eating lots of food. Gotta be Grade A ill for the eating to stop, especially over Christmas.
New Year’s Eve, very quiet, spent with friends.
Had this week off from work. Spent slowly working my way through the stacks of books, dvds and cds that have built up over the previous months since I started working for the MAN.
Working out my travel details for this year and finally, three years in the making give or take a several months, I’m going to get my ass to NY. Yes this May I will be strolling the streets of the Big Apple. It being my birthday and all. So come and celebrate with me as I spend a week of getting drunk, seeing the sites, seeing the new Star Wars film (hoping against hope that it won’t suck, that Mr Lucas won’t continue raping my childhood) and goddamnit finally getting to Central Park. I mean this will be my sixth visit, how hard can it be to see it. Anyone for a picnic of champagne and strawberries.
Anyways kids, Happy New Year and all that jazz
On the way home tonight as I passed Trafalgar Square, I was greeted by the site of a hundred people engaged in one big pillow fight. Feathers from split pillows danced around the heads of the combatants, as spotlights played over the clouds. It was a surreal site that you are ever to see but something rather reassuring at the same time.
Times like these I wish I had a digital camera.
Mon, Dec. 6th, 2004, 09:01 pm
I never regret anything. Life is too short for regret. And on the whole I’m happy with who I am and all the decisions I have ever made lead up to this point in time. I haven’t mastered the whole life is too short, so see that film, read that book, phone that friend, tell that girl you love her… but still I know, I should. But I digress.
I had a drink with someone I used to work with and of course during the evening I asked how those people I used to work with were getting on and I was told about Rob. Sometime after I left they sent him to New York for a year. Then they sent him to Australia for a year. I feel pretty confident that if I had of stayed on I could of swung that gig. As I said I don’t regret anything and it was the right thing to do leaving that company. But still… if.