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First off - I want to thank all of you for your comments on my last post. They were all supportive, some humorous, some insightful, and all of them very very genuine. Thanks so much for your support - it means a whole lot to me. I'm feeling a lot better today, and my bitterness did quell in 24 hours, leaving me to think what you have shared with me and your own perspectives. There's a lot I have to learn about myself in a lower weight, but I know that the core of who I am is still here. It's the same old Meg - only in the condensed version!

Secondly - I would like to give my sympathy to all my friends at SNC who knew Cassandra Voss. I haven't posted anything about it because I never knew Cassandra and I didn't want to seem like I was jumping on the grief bandwagon when I had nothing to share - it seemed shallow to me. But from reading the journals of people who knew her, my heart goes out to them. It is obvious that she touched a lot of people very deeply and her death seems really unfair. I hope that all my friends who were touched by her life find their own peace and solace in the days to come. I think Cassandra has a lot of people praying for her, so I will be praying for her friends.

Life has been going well. I am enjoying my job at the restaurant. I work with really cool people. And these really cool people? They think *I* am cool! The cool kids like me! The cool kids like me! It's a very odd feeling. But I am definitely part of the crowd at work, and I think that's awesome. It's also cool to know that I'm working at two of the "coolest" restaurants in the City (apparently).

I am a walking machine. I pretty much out walked Ben and Graham on Wednesday. After our adventure in Rio Vista trying to see the whales (which everybody BUT us saw. It seems like every one we talked to got all up close and personal with them where we never even got a glimpse) we walked around Old Sac and then around downtown Davis. Afterwards the boys were all "We're going to sit down now. See this? This is us. Sitting down. Right here." Meanwhile, I'm dancing about all perky like. Yesterday I walked a half mile to work because I got off on the wrong stop. Kevin and I also walked about two miles home. At 1:40 in the morning. In the fog. Because the damn night owl didn't stop for us. AT A DESIGNATED BUS STOP.

Okay - I need to be somewhat more productive. It's 1pm, I've been up for an hour and a half and I need to do something more than what I am. Tomorrow Kevin, David and I are going to go on a walkabout. We don't know where yet, anybody have any good ideas for fun walks in the city?
 
 
 
 
 
 
You could do the Land's End trail, although since it's very easy, a shit ton of other people will be there.

Exploring the ruins of the Sutro Baths is fun too.