Subway model – Mar 16, 2012


Here’s Shannon in a photo she didn’t want me to use. But I think it’s as cute as can be. We were in one of the New York subway stations and they had some very pretty mosaics. She looks just like an angel there, no? Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam, taken somewhere underneath New York City during our visit there with Andy in March, 2012, and part of my famous Shannon and Architecture series.

I have a few pictures like this one. She liked to humor me by copying the poses of statues and pictures and such. It was great fun, but she was never crazy about having me share the pictures with others. I think she might approve at this point, though. She was fun. Oh, how I love her.

It was a pretty good day. I got a little bit of work done on the website in the afternoon. Most of the work was invisible, but there was a bit of substance too. The is still so much on my plate. I really need to focus more. I really want to focus more too, but possibly not as badly as I need to.

In the evening, I went out with the sushi group and had an excellent all-you-can-eat sushi dinner. Everything I tried was delicious, the service was excellent, and the people were really fun. It turned out that most of the people on my end of the table were from the midwest. They were fun to talk with and generally great company. I’m really glad I went.

Tomorrow is a normal workday. Thursday, I’m going to a happy hour event with the 40+ singles and then another all-you-can-eat sushi visit on Friday. I’ll really enjoy it, but I am a bit worried about overeating. Is it possible to control your intake when you’re at a sushi restaurant and there are no limits to what they’ll bring you? I have my doubts.

I chatted with Sandy today, who shared some good news with me. Congratulations, Detroiters!

And it’s late, so I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this exciting Morrowlife Employment Agency job opportunity: Oklahoma-based terrorist octopus!

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Subway model – Mar 16, 2012”

  1. Sandy Says:

    Let me add, that we Detroiters are quite proud of our amazing record, and even prouder that we survived!

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