Archive for November, 2003

Homebound

The walk home was fully spooky – tons of fog and muted lighting. This is a shot with the trees. Although a fairly populated neighborhood, it felt like no one else was around. Side street. Vacant. Leftover Halloween prop. Scared the CRAP outta me. Evil faces, half-sad because they seemed stripped of power. Alleyway. Near my apartment.

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After Work: Danny’s

Justin convinced me to hang out with him and Kent (a lot of work that was) at Danny’s. We met up there around 9 PM, and talked a good long while, sipping drinks and passing the time. One of the cool folks we met was Michelle: who was celebrating her 31st birthday. She doesn’t look old enough to be 31,…

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Westward

I wish I wrote more down about my drive home. But I had a fabulous road trip back. If I were to chart for you how good I felt starting Saturday morning to Sunday afternoon, it would be one slow forty-five degree angle. I felt like crap when I woke up yesterday, felt fine after arriving last night, and the…

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The Next Morning

Amazing, I was up by about 8:30 AM. Go figure. I felt great, and talked a while on the porch with folks who were also planning an early exit. Dan, trying to tame his hangover, swigged some beer. I was pretty impressed. When asked if he was drinking again, he lifted the Jim Beam to his lips, hit it once,…

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Halloween: Muskingum Style

Woke up feeling pretty wretched. Threw on my makeup, and then made my way over to work (where I had an extra clipboard, and where I could make some more photocopies). Walking around in full costume on Halloween is one thing, but doing so on November 1st gets you some weirder looks. I had on the exact same getup as…

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Ohio Bound

Off to visit The Foxes, and another Halloween party. Apparently, there was an attempt to get people to all dress up like Abraham Lincoln. For some reason. I’ll be sure to take pics.

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