I guess I owe you guys and update as I sincerely intended to post one on Monday. Work got busy and I logged another 10 hour day, then the personal blog post slipped by me. Basically, I was just going to give an overview of the weekend.
The really big, at least big to me news is that I got “Perfection Cinema” back in operating order. It took buying a $50 remote to just get the projector turned on, but then everything else worked just fine. I wasn’t even required to update the DVR. As an added bonus, that drive, which is segregated from the rest of the house which use the new Direct TV Genie to share recorded programming, held the entire season of MythBusters and 15 episodes of Boardwalk Empire which I’ve been meaning to start watching.
After watching the UFC Macao Fight Pass show at the office on Sat morning, in the evening I caught the Fight Night on Fox prelims and main event in the theater with BIGGS, a.k.a. John Teal.
Sunday I spent pretty much the whole day down there watching MythBusters and Season 1 of Penn & Teller’s, “Fool Us.” It’s always easy for me to laugh at Atheists. The most entertaining Atheists I know or either MythBusters or Penn & Teller, yet as being an atheist is by definition impossible, it’s easy for me to not get offended at these buffoons. I like watching a dog do doggie tricks too, but I won’t be asking them for spiritual advice. By the way, interesting take on Penn & Teller here.
Anyways, Sunday was the first time I’ve had any alone, me time in a while and that was nice. Monday was just another day of the grind, which I embrace.
Still waiting on my refurbished treadmill. This weekend, hopefully it will be delivered.
One thing I have been able to accomplish is a few decent Daz Studio renders. I think I might be working my way up to a big multi-figure project very soon indeed.
This Saturday I hope to have another fine jam session with my stripped down acoustical act, Late Summer. Perhaps there will be some new videos of the session if all goes well. I’ve really been enjoying this new format quite a bit. Mandolin is really just a lot of fun to play.
Today was another early day driving over to Charlotte, though not as early as some last week where I got here well before the sun started to light the sky. It’s an eerie and lonesome site; the down town streets practically deserted. I do enjoy the quite before the storm so. Perhaps I mentioned how crazy busy work as been. Perhaps not. I actually prefer it busy because the work hours literally fly by you and before you know it, it is time to head home. Home right now, with a 14 year old just hitting high school is not as serene as I’d like but perhaps this is just a phase. Perhaps. Perhaps. Perhaps.
It just feels right to say goodbye to The Right & Honourable Lord Richard Attenborough.You’re films and roles made a young johnny Brento smile. You Sir, spared no expense. Rest in peace.
Anyways, fellow travelers of the interwebs, I wish you a merry second half of the week and great weekend. Until next time….