First off, I've got a bike for sale on ebay. So far, one bid. It's less money than I'd like to make off the bike, but I did set the minimum there. So it goes.
After that bike is sold, I have two options: pay down a credit card that has too much money on it, or buy a mountain bike. I think I'm leaning mountain bike. Even though that may be stupid.
John is leaving Casa de Atwood on October 5th, on his way to live in New York City.
My Spanish is not good.
Hoosier Beer Geek, that lovable group you may or may not be familiar with, is moving on to bigger and better things, including having a budget. Which will be nice, since we throw events. You may or may not have known that.
Also about a month ago we got a letter from a large beer company asking that we refrain from using our logo, which looked like theirs. Some would say that when the lawyers from multinational companies start contacting you, you've made the big time. I'd prefer to not see those letters. So... new logo? Ok, done. I can make logos.
That was the third anniversary logo great font debate sheet. Since we are now past the third anniversary, we've touched the logo up. Looks like this:
what you should know about the logo is that the lines through the lower half of the circle are meant to echo the design of a knight's facemask. The anniversary logo featured 3 candles (third anniversary), with the flame on the candle coming directly from the Indiana state flag. Look how clever I am. Sometimes I surprise myself.
Hmm... what else.
I have 6 days of vacation left, and no idea how to spend them. I might spend two of them in a tent in a park for lack of anything better to do.
Work is work. Biking there about 3-4 days a week now, I guess. Eating horrendous amounts of junk, maintaining a weight below 200 lbs.
I've taken up a habit of buying a pound of bacon from a local purveyor recently. I want to hang out with my old friends and their wives in a room with some nice drinks, fancy salamis and cheeses, grilled sausages, tasty breads, and we'll drink ourselves into nice conversations about god knows what. Getting old. Back pain. That damn economy. Health care.
Let's not talk about any of that. Let's talk about cars we're going to buy and drive fast. Let's talk about clubhouses. Let's talk about Colorado.