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Vacation is over
Monday, April 7th, 2003

I’ve returned from a wonderful but all too short vacation in Southern California. We spent time in Disneyland, Disney’s California Adventure, Hollywood, LA and several beaches in the area. I took about 380 photos on the trip. I’ll post some more of them later. Right now, I need to prepare to go back to the real world tomorrow…

300 Exposures
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2003

Ten of my photos are featured today on Rannie’s site as part of the 300 Exposures Project, version three. Check it out. Thanks Rannie!

Above is one of the photos displayed there. The rest are below (well, except the self portrait which I’ve made the editorial decision to omit. If you want to see it, you’ll have to go to Rannie’s site). All were taken last week around Seattle.

I’m going on a little vacation, so there probably won’t be any more updates until early next week. Don’t have too much fun without me!

Clouds are rolling in
Tuesday, April 1st, 2003
Columbia and Key Tower

Dark clouds started rolling in late this afternoon and by the time I left work, it was so dark out that it seemed an hour or two later than it actually was. Bank of America Tower looked like it was being consumed by the weather.

I don’t believe you
Tuesday, April 1st, 2003

April 1 is officially “don’t tell me anything important” day. If you do tell me something important, I won’t believe you. It’s too tiring to spend the entire day weighing each piece of information to determine whether or not it’s a prank. So I’ve decided to make this annoying “holiday” a little easier to get though by disbelieving everything I’m told today.

If you have something true that you want me to know, please save it for tomorrow.

(And no, I’m not really as grumpy as that may make me sound. I’m actually pretty happy today. I’m just weary of the seemingly endless stream of unamusing attempts at April fools pranks. There have been a couple of good ones, but they’re few and far between…)

Monday, March 31st, 2003
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