Martin is here, working on database stuff and stats.

I’m getting sick or something, which is not making me a happy camper, since I am flying to texas on Sunday.

Work goes well, if slowly.

Went to see Phantom of the Opera last night with P. – I still always find myself rooting for the Phantom – I wonder how many people do? I mean, sure, he’s a murderer and a terrorist and whatnot, but still..

Certainly people always clap the loudest at the end for the Phantom. Maybe everybody has a soft spot for the guy..

Nothing else new to report. My life is as always..

I was a Bad Sheer and bought a sampler on e-bay – so much for budget plans 😉 On the other hand, I just landed another several-day job in SoCal with the high-bucks people, so my financial future is still looking quite rosy.

I suppose i should pay in quarterly taxes, then I wouldn’t be tempted to spend my tax money.

Some day the IRS is going to come lock me up and throw away the key.. I mean, I try to follow most of the rules most of the time, but.. first of all, it’s hard to want to pay a lot of money into te system when they do such _horrible_ things with the money I do give them, and second of all, it’s all so _complicated_..

Went out psy-trancing the other night, which was a lot of fun.. was among those spinning, and kicked tail as usual. Saw Craig again, and some of the other regulars who I have not yet gotten to know.

It would be nice to have real life friends. 😉 I realized, hanging out with Martin (old RL friend from SoCal/Epoch) that I haven’t really had any for a while, besides P. – now that she doesn’t live here any more, I won’t see _anyone_. How eerie. In SoCal I had several friends who would drop by every once in a while, or who I would hang out with after work. But I’ve usually made friends through work, and, well, consulting just doesn’t have that many chances for social interaction. And all the people I do know through consulting live in other parts of the world, since almost all of my consulting is determinedly not local.

4 Responses to “Gah.”

  1. jcurious Says:

    nods… I know how ya feel… though part of my problem is fear related..

  2. anonymous Says:

    So I guess now you know how the home-schooled kids feel? 🙂 I for one am glad I dont live in SoCal anymore. 🙂 Trust me though, there are so few people even worth hanging out with there anyway.

  3. sheer_panic Says:

    An anonymous post. Someone from my SoCal past perhaps?

  4. brassratgirl Says:

    Well, it wasn’t me.
    Although it sounds remarkably like someone pretending to be me.
    Roommates! That’s the answer. Isn’t that how you met m.?

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