Monday, July 07, 2008

Nothing became something!

So now that I have a 2 gig SD chip for my camera, it seems I never ever take photos off my camera anymore. I vow to do that soon. (of course I've still got pics on there from Nashville, so who knows when soon is.)

July 4th I did the all American thing and went to a baseball game. It was boring. The Mariners were playing against the Tigers. Neither team was that good. I've been to baseball games before that didn't suck. I know we were in weird seats (behind the outfield) which made seeing exactly what was going on at the plate a bit difficult but I swear every damn pitch seemed to be a ball. I forget which side it was (the game was THAT unmemorable) but at one point the pitcher had walked all three people who were on base. One more round of balls and he would have walked the first guy home. How ridiculous is that?

After that I joined Stephen for 52 activities in a row the way he is so fond. Ok it was only three but for someone like me that is a lot to do in one afternoon. We went to a beer festival at the Seattle Center. I know he's already forgotten what beer it was he liked. I'm sure if I saw the name again I'd remember it (for now. :) ) We hit dinner. There were a lot of places closed. I tend to forget that. But we had Indian and it was good. :) After that we went to his office where we hung out in the conference room with a lot of other folks and watched the fireworks over Elliot Bay. That was pretty cool. :)

Sunday was my day of nothing... well nothing except for going to TGIFridays for dinner with Lyday. That was okay, but I'll not be getting what I had there again.

Sunday Stephen, Ben and I went to the Center for Wooden Boats. That's a pretty cool place. They had their annual wooden boat festival. I want to go back next year. I also want to go back sometime and see all the exhibits. I missed a lot of them because we were doing festival stuff. It is no wonder I need a nap now! :)

1 comment:

Kate the Peon said...

I, too, had a disappointing meal at Friday's the other day.