Thursday, August 23, 2012
This is my cubicle.
With the Boss Man in it.
Eating my almonds.
And drinking what was my Diet Coke.
You'd think he'd prefer to sit in one of his corner offices, but noooooo.
You know who sits in his corner offices like a boss, though?
And this girl.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Friday I watched Roger Federer take Marty Fish to school. It was great night for tennis - cool, great seats, eye-candy.
Federer is wonderful to watch. Agile, exact, graceful even. He went on to win the whole thing this afternoon.
Saturday night we got front row tickets for the Reds versus Cubs game.
Oh, did I say front row? I meant last row, by the fence. It was actually pretty nice. There was a cool breeze and luckily we had a little extra room around us while most of the sold-out crowd was packed in like sardines. More room to each nachos and helmet sundaes is key.
The Reds lost, but it was another gorgeous night.
We were supposed to spend Sunday packing. Our move (to nowhere) is looming, and even though we don't know where we're going to live, we know it won't be here. House hunting has turned to earnest apartment hunting.
Oh, did I say earnest apartment hunting? I meant panicked apartment hunting.
But we spent the hours we would have packed at the park instead. The reprieve from the heat has been too lovely not to spend outside. Plus, Missy's wedding is coming up soon and I had to get to the business of writing her ceremony.
No better place than in the grass at Ault Park.
Please, call me Rev.
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
My dream of seeing a public proposal came true last night.
I always thought it would happen in a restaurant, preferably with the ring adorning a slice of cheesecake or something else amusing, presented to a not-really-suprised-but-maybe-a-little bride-to-be by a waiter on a platter. But alas, it was in Hyde Park Square.
I was enjoying a scoop of Graeter's chocolate and Ray was having butter pecan when we see saw these two. She was nervously excited, almost anxious. He was more calm.
Ray noticed something was up first and wondered if he was going to propose. Sure enough, the dude got down on one knee and pulled a ring box from his pocket. The proposal was quick, and she still seemed very nervous.
It was thoroughly enjoyable to watch. Afterward they didn't shout or proclaim their love to the rest of us in the park or anything, they just sauntered past giggling as she admired her new bling.
I wish now I had stopped them so I could send them these photos.
Anyway, congrats to these two kids. And thanks for making my dream of seeing a public proposal come true!