It’s too bad that this parking lot is now hourly parking. Maybe it will be better and more profitable for the university, but I enjoyed not having to park in a structure.
In case you are interested in seeing where this lot is, click on the link marked I used to like to park here on the geobloggers page. (More on geoblogging later….)
Lunch with Laura, Chris, and Lloyd was a blast yesterday. I especially enjoyed hearing about his presentation in NYC last week.
On May 14, Laura Shefler and I were married in Oakland, California. And we’re so happy! There hasn’t been much activity in our blogs or wikis leading up to and immediately following that wonderful, wonderful day. I’m sure our readers will understand Undoubtedly, Laura and I will be posting pictures. We’re grateful that Lloyd and Lynn have already done so! Thank you.
It’s going to take a little while for me to re-establish my public writing persona. There’s the obvious reason that Laura and I have been going through one of the biggest and best events of our lives, intensely public and private moments. It’s hard to know how to even talk about it with those closest to us, let alone to a public audience. There is, of course, the matter of having been insanely busy! I’m thankful for a relatively slow and relaxed day to quietly go about living a normal day, that is, a day of the new normal. Very nice.
Yesterday was the first time I ate there. The food was really good, especially the duck. I have missed eating duck ever since Sun Hong Kong closed.