Sorry I’ve been so remiss in posting. (I know you care.)
July 4th was really cool. After the usual BBQ, we drove over to this spot in Frisco where we could see fireworks (albeit most were far away) in like five different towns at once. Of course, the ones at Pizza Hut Park – which claim to be the best in North Texas – might have been just that.
Saw Incredible Hulk and Indiana Jones. Loved the first, liked the second.
Got my “Heart Rate Monitor for Dummies” as part of the master plan to try interval training. My friend Charlie says it’s the latest thing – short bursts of maximum effort to get the heart rate up, which is basically anaerobic activity that gets you the benefits of aerobic activity.
(Or something like that.)
I don’t know what it is about Caffeine Free Pepsi. Maybe it’s sweeter than other soft drinks. But we love it.
Finished my two-month, contract-to-hire-oh-never-mind gig. Do NOT want to talk about it here.
Currently freelancing on-site at a Dallas agency. Much better.
Interviewed last week at a major utility company for a client-side gig. Should hear something this week.
Fantasy baseball-wise, I’m pretty much craptabulously done. I’m starting to think I’m really a lousy competitor, even though so many trades I make work out better for me than my trading partner and I’m able to find great bargains and young talent.
I pretty much HAVE to get a haircut every four to five weeks, or it starts to look godawful (like it does now). See, the part that grows fine (sides and back) overtakes the growth of the super-slow top part of my head, and I end up looking a bit like a pumpkin without the green stump part.
Our forecast here is like 95 to 98 every day. Of course, we’re all indoors most of the time. And on the weekend, the closest pool is usually near-empty.
The Phillies are in first place. Wonder if it’ll last. Not likely if they don’t get better pitching.
The Summer story writing contest is coming up. (If you recall, I entered the Spring contest with horrendous results.) But now I’ve got a much better idea of how to approach it. And hey, it’s only $5 to enter.
Ad Campaign I’m Loving: The Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World.” Heard a radio spot for it today and laughed out loud. THAT is saying something. Euro RSCG New York, I salute you, you magnificent bastards! (And stay thirsty, my friends.) I actually went and bought a case just to support the company.
OK, time to brush my teeth and head to bed. Nightie-night.