Life Out Here

Just a small way to keep my friends and family, who are strewn about the country, in The Know about my life in Seattle.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Happy Solstice!

The longest day of the year! The sun is scheduled to set at 9:10pm, which means it won't be dark until almost 10:30pm. Which means I won't get to sleep until midnight. Ack.

I was quite the little Seattle-lite this morning.
I walked to the bus stop, while eating my soy sausage patty and wearing my backback. The on the way to work, I started reading "How To Work For An Idiot", a book I picked up a few months ago. Very insightful so far.

And since I rode the bus again today, no car yet. However, I'm *this close* to buying one. A Hyundai Elantra hatchback, red, with sunroof. Because if I'm going to be practical and get the cheaper, fuel effecient car instead of the big, expensive, oversized, impractical Tucson I really want, I'm going to splurge and get a sunroof. Steve and I looked at and test drove cars until 9pm last night. The dealership is bringing in a red hatchback and should have it for me tonight or Friday. I'm not in a big rush, as long as I have it by this weekend. Lopez Island. Taking Monday off. Because I can, that's why. I think I need a little R&R.

I'm going to probably go ahead and just put another radiator in the Escort and then sell it. We should be able to get a couple thousand out of it. It will have a brand new radiator, for pete's sake! Is that how you spell "sake"?

1 Comments:

Anonymous Dee said...

You must be related to Kyle. His answer for everytime I ask him why he's doing something (usually something ridiculous) is "because I can." ;>) And yes, that is how you spell "sake." (I think).

9:45 AM  

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