My Last Day Of Being 40

Age Of Uncertainty
For months my calendar has had Pine Lake’s 1000th hash penciled in for my birthday activities tomorrow. This morning a thought popped into my head

The Brain Behind The Walk Signal

There is an outside chance that after work today I’ll be hopping into my car and going somewhere. I don’t know where I will go, but it will be “away” and my cell phone will be turned off.

It’s highly unlikely that I’ll follow through with this new plan, but you never know…

The Sights Only The Eye Can Capture
I wish I could share a neat phenomena with you. Yesterday at work I noticed an oddly-shaped smudge on my office window (on the 6th floor of the building). Upon further investigation I realized that the smudge was the profile of a bird. I assume that bird sideswiped the building like a drunk driver sideswipes a parked car. The details in the smudge is incredible. Unfortunately every effort to capture the image on “film” failed.

And If I Don’t Fly The Coop
If I decide to hang around this weekend then tonight I’ll be eating some wings and drinking a couple of beers at Rocky Mountain Pizza with the APWBWGTTD set.

After drinking I might also be headed to The EARL to see YOU and Modern Skirts.

And now for some ideas stolen from LiveJournal…
Current Mood – lost
Current Music – none, Tour de France — this has gotten good
Website Of The Day – I don;t know what Mojizo means, so I will say that it means “pretty fucking cool character design”

If you ever want a quick glance of the sites I’ve picked for my Websites Of The Day, you can check them out on, my user name is InsideThePerimeter (go figure), and they are all tagged as “blogged.”

Exercise (b)Log – running/walking, ~4 miles this morning!

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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12 Responses to My Last Day Of Being 40

  1. Martha says:

    I see we are still having some technical difficulties? I’m sure you will be back to normal by next week.

  2. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Perhaps. I think this might be the onset of “eccentricity”.

  3. Sarah says:

    Happy Birthday! And I hope I don’t see you tomorrow. In other words, get in the car and drive!

  4. Barb says:

    I survived my birthday on Monday, you too will survive. (I got my Share the Road tag, it is pretty cool). If you go somewhere, take sunscreen, it seems the whole country is in a heatwave. Wheelhopper is on Sunday, skip that Blacksheep hash & come ride. Let’s go get a beer next week, we can celebrate being 41.

  5. Oliver says:

    Happy Birthday!
    Buy yourself a Q! Test it out, and report your findings here so I can convince myself to buy one…

  6. Beth says:

    Happy Birthday — and be careful out there! I got preggers on my 41st B-Day 🙂

  7. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Thanks all!

    Beth, it’s highly unlikely that I’ll get anyone pregnant on my birthday (given the high probability that I’ll be getting “any” that day). If *I* happen to get pregnant then there is a lucrative movie deal in my future. 🙂

  8. btw, i meant to ask you if you enjoyed the kill gordon show. i was going to ask you after the show but i had to run along to my fiftieth trip to pee right at the end of their set and when i came out you were gone.

  9. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    I really enjoyed Kill Gordon’s set, so much so that I’ll make an effort to see them again.

    I left because I had been drinking for hours and thought it best to stop so that I could walk home without staggering too much. 🙂

  10. what sound judgment. well i’m glad you liked it. i hope to see you at their show in august. i didn’t make it to corned beef either. how sad.

  11. Susan says:

    4 miles – before work??? impressive! Happy last day of 40, best wishes for the beginning of a new year!

  12. Crazy, huh? It’s almost like my old days. Thanks for the well wishes.

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