possibilities

I’m going to write something pretty reflective right now. It’s Sunday morning, it’s gorgeous out, Dana and I have an appointment with the florist for the wedding, and my life feels unmistakably like it’s about to transition, in a lot and very big ways.

ron paul

Huh. Who knew the Internet could help a seventy-one-year-old former Libertarian presidential candidate get name recognition in, as John Stewart calls it, Clusterfuck to the White House, 2008? But aperently, the Internet’s been good to Ron Paul. Of I think (hope) it goes without saying that I’m not voting for or endorsing Ron Paul. I […]

summertime again

It’s about 10:30 on a Wednesday morning, and I’m sitting on my couch in shorts and a t-shirt. In about an hour I’m going to pick up Dana and we’re going to a Giants game on her company’s dime. So it’s a good day. Not that I don’t have a million things to do, mind […]

complacency

I went to the City yesterday. The BART ride was fairly uneventful as mid-afternoon BART rides usually are. But once we got out of the trans-bay tube and were headed into West Oakland Station, the train operator made a rather cryptic announcement about someone finding a “suspicious” suitcase back at Embarcadero. A couple guys sitting […]

mythical august

Now that the wedding is so close, everything feels like it’s taking a back seat. I’m having a harder and harder time keeping my mind on the here and now and all my many many pet projects. And I find myself feeing very reluctant to make any plans until August. Now that I think about it, August feels like this great empty space. Between now and then, so much (all good stuff to be sure), and then August, this great unscheduled mass.