Archive for September, 2005

Life in the unusual lane

Monday, September 26th, 2005

While waiting for clients to get back to me, and with the rain meaning I can’t do laundry, (well, can’t dry it) I have a bit of extra time on my hands this morning. IMing with CBC this morning, it hit me again how unusual my reaction was to an event last week. The Co-chair […]

When it rains, it pours

Sunday, September 25th, 2005

Just a quick update to say things are fine here. No traumas or dramas. No much interesting stuff in the past couple of weeks either. Oh, wait. Went to Auburn to see Jeffrey on Wednesday. Been almost nine months since my last visit. Transport’s the problem. Anyway, got a lot of stuff worked-out that’s been […]

Primary Day

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

As the saying goes, all politics are local. Yesterday was Primary Day in New York. I’m pleased with the results of the primary for mayor and city council. I’ve felt funny these last few months as the gay community has rallied around openly-gay candidate Tim Mains, a current city council member. The pressure has been […]

Projecting

Saturday, September 10th, 2005

It’s been a week that, were I to let it, would have been overwhelming. There’s the five-days-work-in-four-days thing, did server upgrades on Sunday, was sick on Monday, so even last weekend was shot. I have a new web design client—one who has been front-page news in town lately. There’s a little pressure there. And this […]