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Fantastic Voyage

Filed under Movies on Monday May 26, 2008 at 11:16 am

I loved “Fantastic Voyage” when I was a kid. We rented it this weekend and Tim really enjoyed it. We’ve got a little tradition going on. For Memorial Day, we rent a sci-fi classic. Last year, we watched the original “War of the Worlds”. If you haven’t seen “Fantastic Voyage”, I highly recommend it. The visual effects are great over 40 years later.

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A Few More Birthday Pictures

Filed under Tim on Sunday May 25, 2008 at 11:22 am

Joe and Monique flew up for Tim’s birthday and I asked them to help out and take some pictures. They are incredible photographers. I added some of their shots to my group. Joe took this one of Tim and Erica and I thought it was so interesting.

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Crazy, Crazy, Crazy

Filed under Work on Thursday May 22, 2008 at 12:10 pm

I don’t know if anyone else is completely slammed, but YIKES, this last week was a bear and I think it’s only going to get worse! Our senior recruiter left, my computer died, my boss is gone for two weeks, we started an implementation of a new applicant tracking system and two days in, our other recruiter�got jury duty! So, I was mostly on my own. I’m just coming up for air! Tim and I are going to pretend we are on vacation this weekend -well except for Saturday! I need to defrost our ice box and rug doctor the carpets! But I asked him to plan nothing!

Is anyone else feeling really nostalgic about Indiana Jones? When I was 12, I won tickets to the premiere in Portland and took my friend Jen. We saw it 6 or 7 times that summer, mostly together. Can it really be 27 YEARS later? Wow. Well, I’m excited. I had these grand plans in my head that I might fly up and see it with Jen, but neither of us have easy schedules.

Have a great Memorial Day whatever you do!

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Happy Birthday Chrissy

Filed under Family on Tuesday May 13, 2008 at 7:33 am

Have a great day and please – come visit soon!! We miss you!

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Santa Barbara

Filed under Travel on Sunday May 11, 2008 at 4:51 pm

Tim took this picture and I love it. It was a gorgeous evening.

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Happy Birthday Brenda!!

Filed under Friends on Sunday May 11, 2008 at 4:20 pm

I felt so lucky the week before we left for San Francisco. My friend Brenda, who works in our Seattle office, came to town. She’s a dear friend who I just adore. I usually see her at meetings, but this time, she was working on a project. We always take a picture when we are together and sadly, we are often pretty drunk in the photos. But this time, we were sober and on our way out to dinner. She’s one in a million and today is her birthday!!

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Happy Birthday Adam

Filed under Friends on Sunday May 11, 2008 at 4:07 pm

Last weekend, we took a road trip up to San Fran for our little friend Adam’s first birthday. David and Steven planned an amazing party with a Western theme. He is just one of the cutest little guys are Earth. We spent a lot of time playing with him to keep him busy as they were setting up. They were kind enough to let us stay with them. Sadly, Rich was sick so we only met him for a quick lunch. It was a whirlwind weekend! We drove up on Friday and hit the road on Sunday. We drove down the 101 and stayed a night in Santa Barbara. We got him the little lion sitting next to him, but the bag seemed like a bigger hit!

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