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Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Happy Belated Birthday, Promo!

I feel like such an ass, but I forgot that Monday was Promo's birthday. He's a wonderful, sweet guy that who's a hell of a friend, so go give him some late birthday lovin'!

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Tiara Pictures

Pictures from the latest Tiara Happy Hour (number four for those of you counting along at home) are beginning to show up. You can view some here, here, here, and here.

Update: You can see some more here, including some of our cute waitress and my favorite picture of Emily and I (me and Emily?).

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Tuesday, March 30, 2004

Tell Me You Love Me (Or At Least Say Hi)

As Christine pointed out, it's International Blog Comment Week, so be sure to say hello.

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Monday, March 29, 2004

Audblog Question

Let's say, hypothetically, that one was Audblogging from a bar and that one has had a lot to drink and the place is really loud, so it's almost an impossibility to understand the directions on how to post. When you login to the site, you can view that you have posts from that evening, but clicking on them gives you an "object not found" error. Is there any way to ever get those to post or are they just lost for good?

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Sunday, March 28, 2004

Burn It Reminder and Sign Up Form

Just a reminder, but your Burn It CDs for the Winter Edition should be mailed out tomorrow afternoon (mine are going to be a bit late, but I promise to send out both this and the last group's very soon). Also, if you'd like to sign up to be notified when I'm going to be doing the next exchange (it should be pretty soon), be sure to enter your e-mail address in the space below.



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Saturday, March 27, 2004

Tiara Happy Hour IV

Last night was the fourth Tiara Happy Hour that was also a celebration of Emily's twenty-ninth birthday (yeah, yeah, I'm older by nine days). Lots of fun was had, lots of alcohol was drunk (Who the hell were those Scottish guys buying us drinks at the bar? And do I remember right? Did one of them pick me up and carry me around outside the bar?), lots of talking was done, and lots of pictures were taken (as always, should be interesting when they finally get posted).

As a special surprise, Mac was even there! I was one of the first people to arrive and Emily went to introduce us and I was all like, "Oh, no, we've met before because she looks so familiar!" Well, I guess reading someone's site and looking at their picture forever just makes you think you've already met. Mac is a lovely girl and I enjoyed talking to her, especially at the end of the night when I was mucho drunk and had my head on her shoulder as she pet my hair. I so love Mac.

If you don't live in Houston, baby, you just don't get to meet the cool bloggers, I'm telling you. Everyone should move here.

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Friday, March 26, 2004

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Second Helpings

So, today was second "business" interview and it went really well. There's one other guy that they're looking at, but I have more experience in general and more project management experience plus I've done some sales. They said that they may split the job up and bring us both on and then they asked if I'd like to meet with HR and get any questions answered. I feel really strongly that I could bring a lot to the table and the fact that I talked to HR seems really positive to me. I should know something really soon, so keep those fingers crossed, even if they are cramping.

Second date with Mr. Air Force was really great too. I didn't realize on our first date how smart he was, but he's damn sharp. In addition to that, he's funny, cute, pretty sweet, and has a killer body. We met at the Richmond Arms, went to the Laff Stop, and ended up at Marfreless and had a great time. He left for Vegas today (Vegas, baby! How I love Vegas!), but said he'd call when he got back. Go ahead and cross your fingers on this one too if you don't mind. :-)

Off to get ready to meet all the Tiara Happy Hour people and our surprise guest. Should be a fun night!

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Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Second

I have a second "business" interview on Friday, so everyone cross their fingers (it's with the president of the company, so I'm very hopeful). I also have a second date with Mr. Air Force (he wasn't a pilot) tomorrow night and I'm getting ready to go meet someone else in about forty-five minutes. I'm a busy girl, no?

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Cold Case Question

Did anyone happen to catch this weekend's episode of Cold Case? It was about a gay college student that was killed in the sixties. I missed the last fifteen minutes or so thanks to the show starting late and the TiVo switching to record Alias. Anyone know what happened?

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Monday, March 22, 2004

A Question

I have a question. Tonight I have a date with a guy who used to be in the Air Force. Since he was in the Air Force, does that automatically mean he was a pilot? Can you be in the Air Force and not have flown? I don't know and I didn't want to sound like an idiot if I asked him if he knows how to fly if *everyone* in the Air Force can fly.

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Friday, March 19, 2004

Cross Your Fingers...

The "business" appointment went really well today. There's an issue, but I think it's one that will be easily overcome. Everyone cross their fingers that this works out well!

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Thursday, March 18, 2004

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Change of Plans

Most of the girlies that I invited out tonight couldn't make it for various reasons, so I'm going to be moving my birthday celebration to another night (maybe not next week, though, with the March Tiaras being Friday). Instead, I'll be taking Mr. Speed Dating (the guy I met in the bar) up on his offer to have a drink on my side of town instead. Here's hoping he's as cute as I remember and as interesting in person as he has been on the phone!

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Turning It Around

I've got a phone call today about something I'm really excited about. Can't give details, really, but let's just say I have a "business" appointment tomorrow afternoon. Wish me lots and lots and lots of luck. Maybe my birthday's the start of new positives in my life!

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Happy Birthday, Wendy!

Today also happens to be Wendy's birthday, so go over there and give the other birthday girl some lovin'! (Btw, I adore your Queer Eye layout!)

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29th

I can't believe it, but I am now twenty-nine years old. Quite a monumental birthday, if you ask me. I am now in the last of my twenties. Who would have ever thought? I've invited some of my favorite girlies out to a fabulous jazz bar to help me celebrate, so tonight ought to be lots of fun. Happy birthday to me!

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Speed Dating

Last night, my brother and I went to a speed dating event hosted by Match.com. (Truthfully, I dragged my brother along and even bought his ticket because I didn't want to go by myself.)

Basically, for $25, everyone goes to a nice restaurant (in this case, it was La Strada), has some appetizers, and has four minute "dates" with several people (twenty this time). How it works, for those not familiar with the concept is that two girls are seated at a table for four. Guys rotate to the next station every four minutes. In that four minutes, you talk and get to decide if yes, no, or maybe you'd like to see that person again.

While there was really only one or two guys that I would consider dating, there were a lot of really nice guys and I had a blast. I also met a really nice girl who's new to the area, so hopefully I'll get a new friend out of this.

The funny thing is before it started, I was in the bar getting an apple martini. I noticed this tall, cute guy standing off to the side with his friend. I got my drink and left my brother to pay for it (got to have some use for a little brother, right?) and walked in their direction. The cute guy asked me if I was there for the speed dating. I said I was and asked him the same. He said he and his friend had come up there, but there were no spaces left. I told him in that case, he better take my number since I wasn't going to be able to meet him. He called tonight and we talked for about an hour and a half and have a tentative date set for Friday night. Be kind of funny if I meet someone through the speed dating who wasn't an actual participant.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Kiss Me; I'm Irish (No Really. I Am).

Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!

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Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Pondering

Just curious, but am I the only Tiara Happy Hour person who wanders around her house in her tiara? Emily? Christine? Robin? Katie? Natalie? Sarah? Anyone?

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Monday, March 15, 2004

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Sunday, March 14, 2004

Sponsorship

I had someone contact me yesterday about adding a sponsored ad to the ones that I'm already showing. We agreed on the price and his ad is now showing up in the sidebar. He asked that I pass his name around to any other bloggers that might be interested in doing the same, so if you're interested, e-mail Jonathan and tell him I sent you.

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Friday, March 12, 2004

Toronto Happy Hour

Last night's Toronto Happy Hour to welcome Rannie and Jay to Houston was simply fabulous. I got to see a lot of old friends (Christine, Mike, Matt, Kathy, Elaine, Angela, Emily, and Katie) and meet a lot of new ones (Gil, girl and guy from Heterophobic, Pat and her sister Carmen, Irfan, Julie, and a few others that I'm blanking on URLs for right now).

It was so wonderful to finally meet Rannie and Jay after reading their blogs for so long. Rannie was just like I thought he would be and Jay was fabulous as well. He even helped me scout out cute guys. What a guy, huh?

Emily and I, of course, did our requisite shot at the bar so that we could flirt with Josh, the hunky bartender. She was then a good enough pal to go with me to the table of this adorable Canadian who was having dinner by himself and pretend to get a page so I could chat him up for a bit by myself. Shame he wasn't local; he was damn cute.

Carmen and I talked forever about stuff. She is just too fun and must be indoctrinated into the ways of blogging soon. She'd be a hoot to read. In the meantime, check out Pat instead. What fun girls!

In case I haven't mentioned it before, I just adore Matt. He has got to be one of the greatest guys that I know. The contacts look great too, btw, Matt.

As always, these H-Town get togethers are just too much fun. I'm glad I finally broke out of my shell and started going to these things. If you live in a big city (or even if you don't), you really ought to look into organizing a chapter of your own local bloggers. Bloggers are more than just geeks; we're fun, social geeks. ;-)

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Blogging From The Saucer

I'm up at The Flying Saucer in downtown hanging with lots of cool H-Town bloggers and the two fabulous Canadian bloggers Rannie and Jay. I love geeky people that have laptops on the ready so that we can take advantage of the wifi and blog. Having a wonderful time; wish you were here!

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Thursday, March 11, 2004

Spooky

I've had about $200 worth of Amazon gift certificates just sitting around, so I figured I'd get myself a nice birthday gift (my birthday is only a week away. I'm going to be twenty-nine, the last year to be a 20-something. Very strange feeling). I ordered Crossed Bones by Carolyn Haines (excellent book, I just finished it this afternoon; review to show up on BiblioBlog later), The Journals of Eleanor Druse: My Investigation of the Kingdom Hospital Incident, Tales of a Librarian: A Tori Amos Collection with bonus DVD, Everquest: Gates of Discord Expansion Pack, EverQuest: Lost Dungeons of Norrath Expansion Pack, and The Mothman Prophecies soundtrack.

I've been listening to The Mothman Prophecies soundtrack almost non-stop since I've gotten it because it is simply that good. However, it's beginning to freak me out. The music is very creepy (especially the second CD consisting of the movie's score) and listening to it alone, especially at night, makes me think back to how much the movie freaked me out and then I start to scare myself (just a little bit, though; I'm not that big a wuss).

Anyway, I guess there's no real point to this rambling post, but has any piece of music or CD done the same to you? Or am I really a wuss?

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Monday, March 8, 2004

Master Grammarians Unite

I did almost major in English after all...

Grammar Fuhrer



You are the grammar Fuhrer. All bow to your authority. You will crush all the inferior people under the soles of your jackboots, and any who question your motives will be eliminated. Your punishment is being the bane of every other person's existence, because you're constantly contradicting stupidity. Everyone will be gunning for you. Your dreams of a master race of spellers and grammarians frighten the masses. You must always watch your back. If only your power could be used for good instead of evil.

What is your grammar aptitude?
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(Link courtesy of Kristine.)

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Saturday, March 6, 2004

Burn It - The Winter Edition Group Information

I sent out the group lists for Burn It - The Winter Edition this morning, so everyone should have their groups shortly. Have fun creating your CDs and don't forget to mail them out by the end of the day Monday, March 29th. Remember to send me a copy as well so I can put a check by your name and let you participate next time.

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Friday, March 5, 2004

Burn It Group Delay

I know that I said I'd send the groups out for Burn It yesterday, but a date that ended at 4:30 this morning and being at Emily's for game night put a crimp it that plan. I'll send them out tomorrow, I promise.

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Phone Downloads

My mom pointed me in the direction of a great place to download ringtones, screensavers, games, and apps for your phone. It's called 3gupload.com and you can do unlimited downloads for as little as a $6.99 donation. Lots of cool stuff there.

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Thursday, March 4, 2004

Final Table

I sat down in a 300 player freeroll (no entry fee) poker tournament and managed to get some really good cards (including flopping four of a kind) and I finished in seventh position.

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Tiara Happy Hour III - The Pictures

Emily put up her pictures from the third Tiara Happy Hour that we had back in January. For some reason, my boobs make quite a few guest appearances. I'm sure the many vodka shots at the bar had nothing to do with it. Go here if you want to check it out.

Just think - only three more weeks or so until the next Tiara Happy Hour! Wheee!

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Rate Away

I took Emily's suggestion and went and rated everything on my Amazon wishlist. It's just a coincidence that my birthday happens to be only two weeks away, I swear.

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Wednesday, March 3, 2004

ABCDEFG

Thanks to Mikey, I've spent way too much time on the Movie Alphabet Game. So far, despite my vast movie knowledge, I've only been able to get A, D, G, H (because I saw it in Mikey's comments), I, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, W, and Z (again because of Mikey's comments).

Anyone know the rest of them? I know I know B and V, but I can't figure them out.

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Burn It - The Winter Edition Playlist

It's some kind of miracle, but I've already completed my CD for this edition of my Burn It CD exchange. Since I still haven't mailed out my CDs to my last group, they'll get a copy of this CD too.

If you're interested, here's what went on the CD. It came to 79:56, leaving only 4 seconds of blank space. Not bad, huh?

01 Hed Kandi - Rainy Days And Mondays (5:42)
02 Zero 7 - In the Waiting Line (4:33)
03 George Michael - Cowboys and Angels (7:15)
04 The Passengers & Pavarotti - Miss Sarajevo (5:22)
05 kd lang - Love Affair (4:41)
06 Tears For Fears - Woman In Chains (6:30)
07 The Cure - Pictures Of You (4:49)
08 Don Henley - The Heart Of The Matter (5:22)
09 Sting - Shape Of My Heart (4:40)
10 Eve Cassidy - Fields of Gold (4:43)
11 The Cranberries - Ode to My Family (4:31)
12 Brooks & Dunn - Neon Moon (4:22)
13 Vince Gill - Worlds Apart (5:44)
14 Wild Colonials - Victim (5:59)

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Tuesday, March 2, 2004

A Well-Beloved Lunatic


Which Historical Lunatic Are You?
From the fecund loins of Rum and Monkey.

A fine, amiable and dreamy young man, skilled in horsemanship and archery, you were also from a long line of dribbling madmen. King at 12 and quickly married to your sweetheart, Bavarian Princess Isabeau, you enjoyed many happy months together before either of you could speak anything of the other's language. However, after illness you became a tad unstable. When a raving lunatic ran up to your entourage spouting an incoherent prophecy of doom, you were unsettled enough to slaughter four of your best men when a page dropped a lance. Your hair and nails fell out. At a royal masquerade, you and your courtiers dressed as wild men, ending in tragedy when four of them accidentally caught fire and burned to death. You were saved by the timely intervention of the Duchess of Berry's underskirts.

This brought on another bout of sickness, which surgeons countered by drilling holes in your skull. The following months saw you suffer an exorcism, beg your friends to kill you, go into hyperactive fits of gaiety, run through your rooms to the point of exhaustion, hide from imaginary assassins, claim your name was Georges, deny that you were King and fail to recognise your family. You smashed furniture and wet yourself at regular intervals. Passing briefly into erratic genius, you believed yourself to be made of glass and demanded iron rods in your attire to prevent you breaking.

In 1405 you stopped bathing, shaving or changing your clothes. This went on until several men were hired to blacken their faces, hide, jump out and shout "boo!", upon which you resumed basic hygiene. Despite this, your wife continued sleeping with you until 1407, when she hired a young beauty, Odette de Champdivers, to take her place. Isabeau then consoled herself, as it were, with your brother. Her lovers followed thick and fast while you became a pawn of your court, until you had her latest beau strangled and drowned.

A severe fever was fended off with oranges and pomegranates in vast quantities, but you succumbed again in 1422 and died. Your disease was most likely hereditary. Unfortunately, you had anywhere up to eleven children, who variously went on to develop capriciousness, great cruelty, insecurity, paranoia, revulsion towards food and, in one case, a phobia of bridges.


(Link courtesy of Michele.)

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Million For Marriage

Do you support the right for all couples, regardless of their sexual orientation, to marry? Then go sign the petiton and let your view be known.

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Dreamy

Katie just called my date for Thursday "dreamy." I feel like a teenager in the 50s! :-)

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Monday, March 1, 2004

Burn It - The Winter Edition Final Day

Don't forget that today's the last day to sign up for Burn It - The Winter Edition, my latest CD swap. Go read the rules and send me your info if you'd like to participate.

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Parting Gifts by Charlotte Vale Allen

Parting Gifts by Charlotte Vale Allen: a touching look at the relationships between people and their families.

The novel starts off with Kyra, daughter to a well-know director father and actress mother, learning that her husband Gary has died in a freak accident. A few days later, while coming home from Gary's funeral, Kyra is confronted by a teenage mother that insists that Kyra is her own mother and that she must now watch her son whom she plans to leave with social services if Kyra won't comply. Kyra is confused to how this girl could think she's her mother (she was born with a birth defect that left her sterile, so it's an impossibility), but agrees to accept the neglected boy since she always wanted children. The rest of the book deals with Kyra and Jesse learning to live together and Kyra coming to terms with her family until an important decision that Jesse must make changes life for everyone.

I haven't read any of Charlotte Vale Allen's books before, but I must confess that at first I didn't think I was going to like it. The book seemed to start off a little stilted and while we're reading about Kyra's family as she comes to grips with Gary's death, I thought it was going to go right off into the land of caricature (which, in retrospect, is probably the point). Fortunately, as soon as Jesse was introduced, this proved not to be the case.

Ultimately, I found the novel to be really touching - I even cried towards the end. The characters were very real and believable and while some of it was pretty predictable, it was still very enjoyable.

(Finished on March 1, 2004 for Zuly's Reading Room.)

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