2003-10-08 - 10:34 p.m.
I'm heading out tomorrow to the Lambda Literary Fest. I don't know how I feel about this. I'm a little nervous. I'm not sure why. I think the main reason I'm going is to schmooze a little bit. I usually like schmoozing. It usually makes me a little nervous. I'm going to see how much time I can spend sitting alone a beach. I like sitting alone on beaches. And I love the Cape in the fall.
My hair is growing out. This is good.
I had a really good day at work. Really busy. Trying at times. But really good.
That is a good thing.
Good good good. I'm being redundant. I'm ok with that.
I'm having a difficult time with this Yankees/Red Sox matchup. It's nearly enough to convince me that it is entirely possible to be a YankeesRedSox fan. Much like being a lipstick lesbian, a Quaker Who Wears Prada and a Southerner Living in the Northeast.
Pick a stereotype and let me bust it. I'm working on baseball now.
The Boston Globe this morning asked a load of Red Sox & Yankees players what they thought the biggest sports rivalry was.
Derek Jeter simply said, "Boston."
Another player. And I can't remember who this was. In describing the greatest sports rivalry said, "I think Framingham-Natick ranks up there."
What was up with that eagle at the beginning of the game? Was that planned?
I took the Enneagram test this evening. I came out a solid 3
I am such a 3 actually. That I have the theme song to "Fame" as my cell phone's ring tone.