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Archive for September 2011
Cost of relationships

Cost of relationships

Yes, no relationship is perfect. Couples are bound to fight. What’s important is that they each learn from their mistakes. Tania gave me a pack of skittles, box of Ferrero Rocher chocolates, and a note

Changing the neighborhood

Changing the neighborhood

I walked outside with hopes of taking some pictures of the parade on 37th avenue. Instead I walk into a city council meeting or something. Well, it turns out my street acquired a new name. Not that anyone

Education for granted

Education for granted

As I get into my seat in Russian class the professor hands back our first test. Overall he states that the class did poorly. I take that into consideration as I look at my test. I look at my neighbor…

Passing the baton

Passing the baton

With the addition of a new job to my daily routine I barely find any time to accomplish anything. I figured I would lighten the load by getting rid of tutoring. I have been tutoring now for about two years

Something for Tania

Something for Tania

I am following up with my words in the other post. I decided to send a “miss you” styled card to her office at work. Now its time to buy stamps and hope it gets to her.

Just completed Portal

Just completed Portal

Yes, I know. I got on the bandwagon a bit late. Installed and finished playing in two days. Best part is; I downloaded the game for free (legally of course). Valve had a free copy of the game listed for

The shots are in

The shots are in

Just received the the images from the photo lab. Unfortunately, I forgot I was dealing with an old piece of equipment, and shot at night without a flash. Therefore most of my images were underexposed and

VBLI beach tournament

VBLI beach tournament

Today I played in the last beach VBLI tournament for 2011. Stanley was my partner. Got there at 8:45 and began playing at around 10 due to all the other players getting stuck in traffic. Stan and I placed

Acquired a new toy

Acquired a new toy

Felix gave me his old Nikkormat FS film SLR. Phenomenal piece of machinery. Fully functional without a battery, and built to knock someone over the head with. He gave it to me along with a 50mm f2.0 lens,