Somewhat Productive

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"I knew all the rules, but the rules did not know me...guaranteed."
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Posted on September 17, 2006 12:56 AM in Personal
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Usually my girlfriend and I don't get out much on the weekend 'cause we're introverts (and proud of it). However, it is nice to feel at least somewhat productive sometimes. I managed to get quite a few things done today:

  1. Watched part of the first quarter of the Huskies game
  2. Left to go eat lunch at Red Robin, where I caught a majority of the second quarter of the game, as well as the end of the Oregon upset of Oklahoma (which should have gone to OU but didn't due to bad officiating)
  3. Picked up Audioslave's new album, Daz Dillinger's new album, "So So Gangsta," and The Last Kiss soundtrack at Best Buy
  4. Ate banana ice cream with hot fudge from Cold Stone Creamery
  5. Picked up a toy and some pet food at PetSmart
  6. Came home and watched about ten more minutes of the Huskies game before falling asleep on the couch
  7. Woke up around 9pm and watched the rest of the game (2-1 baby!)
  8. Shaved (one of my least favorite things to do in the whole world)
  9. Learned to play Death Cab For Cutie's "I Will Follow You Into The Dark" on guitar

After I post this, I'm off to watch the U.S. women's national soccer team's game that I missed on Wednesday, but managed to TiVo. Oh, and work on a document that I need to have done for work by Monday.

Then tomorrow, it's off to a long overdue haircut before heading to Qwest Field to watch my Seahawks take on the Cardinals. Let's hope I get one of those dual win (Huskies/Seahawks) weekends that I've been missing for so long.

Oh, and one more thing: it should be noted that this is the first post in a new category here at my blog, "Personal." One small step in the right direction.


Ryan on September 17, 2006 at 12:40 PM:

Congratulations of the first post in a brand new category. I have to admit, you seem like a real person now. Maybe I'll have to meet you some day now :-).


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