29 May 2015

I like how when you're an adult you can leave perishables in the fridge

...to deal with in ten days when you come back.


Unrelated: Have I told you lately, how much I love my job?


25 May 2015

Now you know what my house looks like when I think nobody is coming over



Wednesday morning I woke up to a text message from Jessica, that she was traveling along the coast of Oregon and would be in Eugene that night. Two thousand miles is quite the distance to run into someone from home, but it seems to happen every few months. Needless to say, she was at my house before I got home from my work and so I had my neighbor let her and in. I didn't have time to clean up my C.H.A.O.S. But we managed to hang out anyway and it was an awesome surprise to stay up until all hours of the night and into the morning, catching up with her.
 
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Listening to: White Fence - Beat
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13 May 2015

I played doctor with my boss in front of 128 people


This is me with my boss, David. We presented a psychological study on his brother (Tom), who turned 60 a few days after I turned 37 (that happened).


 
So, what else have I been up to in the last six weeks? 

I grouted the mosaic above and I helped three kids make mosaics for their mom for Mother's Day.

Not pictured: one of the kids.

I found a new place to buy used books:


I drank this:
Fresh vegetable juice.


And this:
Booze.


I spent the night at McMenamins Edgefield and my room had an historic stripper pole. 
I think it's offensive to say "stripper pole." The politically correct term suggested to me is "dancer's pole." Who cares? As long as the pole isn't load-bearing, let's get creative!


I took a bunch of photos of my coworkers for work and this is one of the outtakes.


Eugene is pretty awesome.

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