Crazy never stopped me from adding friends :) I also read over 40 webcomics ^_^
Wow. I have about 10 I read, when I remember. The nice thing about webcomics is, if you miss a few days it's not hard to catch up.
Would like to point out I was in before 200... Just trying to make meself feel special.
As for the dinner thing, should I call when I an in Ohio? We come up for PSG, and I would love to stop by or convince you to come to PSG. I may have to come to Cleveland to pick up an adopted Niece who calls me (and this info is for your other half) Auntie Ferret.
Cool about the 200. I am way to boring for that.
Let us know when you're coming! (PSG? Not ringing a bell....) Life is pretty crazy now, but we could probably find some time for lunch or something.
Auntie Ferret Meets TheFerrett is worth experiencing [g].
I'll trade you some of your not-enough-to-do for some of my way-too-much-to-do. Maybe we can even things out a bit.
I just wish I could have evened them out temporaly - one lost day, and then back to too-much-to-do myself. It's very different from when I first came here and was working in immigration almost exclusively with one (extremely good) attorney on a set of cases that I pretty much followed from beginning to end - there was always something to do on some case, and "taking it easy" when the heavy-duty work had shorted out my brain consisted of things like assembling the exhibits. Here, I get little bites of cases, untethered to the rest of the situation, so it's hard to continue working independently on something. It's interesting work, and a lot of variety and experience, but there is the risk of the occasional gap.
We're partyin' this weekend too! *cheers*
I'm not sure that with this crowd you can really refer to it as "partyin'" [g]. We're a pretty tame bunch. Most likely there will be conversation and maybe some card games.
Here, it's more like winter's cryogenic freezing.
The bitter temps have backed off for the time being here. It's been nasty, though, I agree.
2004-01-29 12:37 pm (UTC)
I take it back
10 degrees, Farenheit, this morning.
When I got the e-mail from Brent, asking if there was room for them after all (they'd had another obligation, but it looks like they can get out of the evening part of it), my response was, "We don't have room for the people already coming! Come on over!" [g]
2004-01-29 11:28 am (UTC)
Well since theferrett
has an excellent taste, as shown in his journal, and speaks very highly of you, who am I not to add. If that makes me crazy I'll happily plead guilty :)
It's the GOOD kind of crazy. [g]
Hey Sorry about the name compatibility thing.
I added you because 1) you wanted more friends 2) I'd been meaning to anyway because you are in law school and it is something I'm thinking about doing so I'm curious to read about your experiences and 3) I also find it interesting to see the different focal points in the journals of couples.
Thanks for adding me back!
So they send you "ha ha, your friend's a dork!" emails?
I'm even MORE amused.
Law school is insane, but I'm glad I'm doing it. I think it helps that I'm an older student with some life experience under my belt - it hasn't been quite the system shock that a lot of people have found it to be. But it's a LOT of work.
I just wanted to say...YEA for the Park N Ride...YEA for the train! I love mass transit (I know...I am insane)! I hate to drive and being in rural SW Virginia you don't have much of a choice but to do it. One of the reasons I love London (and NYC to a certain extent, although it is much dirtier) is the subway. I am nutters for The Tube!! I wish I could live like my English cousin who doesn't own a car...and doesn't need one. And, the train rides we used to take into NYC from near our house in NJ....fun!! The closest I get to mass transportation is that Pete usually drives both of us in every morning...I guess that will have to suffice for now (at least I don't have to worry about him striking) :-)
You're not strange. I love mass transit, too. I feel better about the bite I'm taking out of the world's resources when I behave in a responsible manner and take the bus. We Americans are far too convenience-oriented. Walking a few blocks is not a hardship.
Umm... as for bus routes...
I don't know which bus you catch that takes over an hour, but you need to correct that ASAP. In the morning, you can catch the 55SX on the mall side of the street. Takes less than 25 minutes to get downtown usually, depending on traffic, and drops you off AT the north entrance to the BP building.
At night, the 55SX starts at E 21st on the CSU campus and takes you straight back... again, only 30 minutes max. The 55SX also picks you up on the south entrance of BP building.
Hope that helps, assuming you haven't figured it out already.
Oh, defiitely figured it out. 87F at the end of the block takes me straight downtown in 20 minutes.