Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Best February on Record

So, yeah, haven't been writing much recently, particularly on the "journalizing" aspect front, largely in maintaining the rule about not writing things on The Internet about your girlfriend who doesn't know you write things to your brothers on The Internet. But that most proximate subordinate clause being recently falsified, I am free again at leisure to start describing various concerts, restaurants, soul-gouging theater works, general observations, etc. that I've been experiencing, which would have made little sense while eliding the presence of said girlfriend, who is in real life a distinctly unelided presence called Sarah.

Said descriptions will be on hold this evening, because I am more at leisure to leave the campus library (where I type, due to my six-year-old laptop's decision this weekend to begin eliding itself in real life) and go home and have dinner, because I am very hungry. Dinner will be microwaved leftover chili, or whatever you call a vegetarian chili recipe minus carrots minus tomato paste that uses red beans instead of kidney beans because you didn't read the recipe before stopping at the Chinese grocery store walking home from work on Monday night. It's decent enough to be what's for dinner.

I wanted to at least note in passing that, tanking economy or no, February '09 was incredibly good on a personal level and therefore easily the best February I can remember, at least back to 2002, beyond which I remember no specific Februaries. But aside from the occasional Super Bowl XL or installation of fanciful Central Park art projects they've generally been pretty blah.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Dad said...

Glad you're back.

3/04/2009 7:20 PM  
Blogger nate said...

Indeed. Let's hear it for not eliding our various presences.

3/05/2009 12:57 AM  
Blogger Pete said...

So does that mean that she reads the blog or just that she knows it exists?

3/05/2009 5:03 PM  
Blogger Jack said...

Looked at it once.

3/05/2009 8:53 PM  

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