There were more archives, but alas, I think I may have lost them......
November 24, 2000
I put my car in the garage and detailed it. Don't you just love
doing that? I even vacuumed the trunk!
November 22, 2000
Sorry I haven't written - nothing new, really. Still looking for work, investing in numerous interviews. Had a good trip to Vancouver last week where I put my bank account $130 in the negative. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
October 31, 2000
Off to NYC! I'm going to help Jamey with his furniture show this Wednesday through Sunday. It'll be Uncle Tim, cousins Jamey and Ben, and myself. I'm so excited! Our hotel is right in Times Square on Broadway!
October 25, 2000
news for the Seattle internet world again - MyLackey shut it's
doors today. Although they weren't the exact business model of
Kozmo.com, they were certainly comparable. They are (were) an
internet company in Seattle that does Lackey services ordered
on their website (wash your car, pick up your dry-cleaning, walk
your dog...) Just last week Kozmo.com's biggest competitor in
New York (where Kozmo is based) closed down. We can only hope
that these closures open a larger market for Kozmo, as opposed
to foreshadowing the lack of a market.
October 24, 2000
birthday wishes go to [cousin] Michael Marsh, [sister] Stevie
Lee, and [chicken] Justin Doucette (who's second baby, a girl,
is due St. Patrick's Day!)
Thursday night's theme is pumpkin and porn, as Jon and I carve Halloween punkins and watch the movie Boogie Nights (while Sean toils at school).
NYC next week! Cyndi's brother (who works for Mtv) is going to try to take me for a night on the town, although there won't be much time - the art show runs until 9 p.m. each night. But I still plan on having a GREAT time with my cousins!
October 15, 2000
Happy anniversary to us! Twelve years together, six years married. Bliss.
okay, so we lost....
Seattle weather has been great lately - we're finally getting some rain after a very dry summer.
Labor Day weekend was Seattle's annual Bumbershoot Festival. Jon, Kate, and I saw Botch, Juno, and Ruston Mire - then talked outside during Death Cab for Cutie. At Kate's departure, Jon and I missed Modest Mouse (the line wrapped all the way around Key Arena!) but we enjoyed Pete Krebs, some pornographic art displays, salmon dinners, and for dessert - a completely bald Joan Jett (she rocked the house!)
For now, I just know that I'm going to see At The Drive-In this November (and I'm very excited!) I think I'm also going to see Death Cab for Cutie with Pedro the Lion later on this month. Otherwise, it's been a pretty dull month. When Greg was here, the gigs were so lame, I ended up taking him to a play instead! And it was a spoof of the V.C. Andrews book Flowers in the Attic- the play was called "DeFlowered in the Attic" and they're taking the play to New York next month! I wish them luck - the play was very funny (I also saw it last year twice!) Other excitement this month is stuff like ordering Pizza Hut Delivery and renting movies. Last week I hosted Jon to his introduction of the movie "Casino" and this week it's "Boogie Nights." [note: we ended up watching Sid + Nancy instead] And he's making me dinner! So if you don't ever hear from me again, you'll know the cause....
Jason LaJeunesse of Closed Caption Radio fame moved to Seattle last weekend. We are very happy to have him on this side of the border! He's booking gigs for the Graceland and defying all immigration laws. Perhaps I should leave his last name out! Naw, he hasn't called us... I'll leave it in.