Friday, March 28, 2008

Update...

- As of yesterday (Thursday, March 27th), Darcy is 22 weeks pregnant.

- Next week we are getting the inside of our condo painted (minus our bedroom and the two upstairs bathrooms). It has been yellow for years now and we've grown tired of it so we're switching to a beige color. It'll be professionally done too which is an upgrade from our so-so work the first time around.

- The weekend of the 5th and 6th I'll be in Portland to visit my friend Dylan. He is graduating Lewis & Clark law school in May and moving back to the bay area so this is my last chance to visit him up there. I'm hoping it won't rain all weekend, but I've been told that is wishful thinking.

- On Friday night, April 11th, I'm going to San Francisco to see a Pearl Jam Cover band. If anyone is interested in going please let me know and I'll give you the details.

- April 6th (Sunday; the day I fly home from Portland) will be my two year anniversary of working at my current company. I started Thursday, April 6th, 2006.

- The Warriors have a big weekend ahead of them. They play the two teams that are right ahead of and behind them in the standings. And, both of these teams represent six letter city names that begin with the letter D! They play Denver on Saturday night in Denver, and then then face the Dirk Nowitzki-less Dallas Mavericks on Sunday. Two wins this weekend would be huge! Two losses would be devastating. A split would be acceptable.

- All I hear about on the radio is how bad the Giants are going to be this year. For some reason I don't care if they're bad. I'm just looking forward to having baseball on TV (nearly) daily to watch, and also to seeing how the season unfolds. I know the Giants won't compete for the pennant, but I still wonder how bad they can really be, or if they will surprise us by finishing somewhere near .500. Plus, we are spoiled in the Bay Area; we have two teams to follow! I'm also looking forward to seeing how the A's do and learning about all the prospects that they recently acquired and seeing which ones emerge as legitimate big leaguers.

- I only have a month left until I turn 28 (on May 5th). It's crazy because 30 used to seem so far off, and now it seems freakishly close. When I was a kid and used to look forward to getting older I never understood why adults feared their birthdays so much. Now I completely understand. It's scary!

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