Archive for Jul 2007

Hi everyone, this is sort of an embarassing post. On Friday I had a bride named Tina Blair call about her wedding on 5/25/08 but because of a miscommunication between the studios in D.C. and L.A., the message was accidentally erased before I could get her number. So I figured I would see if I can perhaps track her down this way. Tina, if you're reading this or if someone who knows Tina is reading this then please let her know that I don't have any contact information for her and to please try calling or emailing again. Thanks!



I just pulled this off of J Sandifer'sblog. Amazing how there are so many little things we can do to conserve energy and protect the environment. Here's just one of many... If Google had a black screen, taking in account the huge number of page views, according to calculations, 750 mega watts/hour per year would be saved. In response someone (Google?) created a black version of its search engine, called Blackle, with the exact same functions as the white version, but obviously with lower energy consumption: Help spread the word…

Lately, Gary and I have gotten back into the Netflix obsession and have been watching a lot of documentary films. All of them have been fascinating yet upsetting in their own ways. Here they are with descriptions pulled from Wikipedia: Grizzly Man is a 2005 documentary film by German director Werner Herzog. It chronicles the life and death of environmentalist and bear enthusiast Timothy Treadwell. The film consists of Treadwell's own footage of his interactions with grizzly bears before he was killed, and of interviews with people who knew or were involved with Treadwell. The footage he shot was later found, and the final film was co-produced by Discovery Docs, the Discovery Channel's theatrical documentary unit, and Lions Gate Films. Timothy Treadwell spent thirteen summers in Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska. Over time, he believed he was trusted by the bears, who would allow him to approach them, and sometimes even

Now I bring you part 2 of Kate & Mike's wedding! The ceremony was held up on the roof of the Hay Adams, notice the great view of the White House. The lovely Kate was escorted down the aisle by both of her parents. Kate got a little weepy, I love tears! I thought the detail on her dress was just gorgeous. The sword arch A few portraits The marines were a little on the silly side... Look how popular I am! :) Check back soon for the conclusion of Kate & Mike's wedding...

Last night Gary and I headed out to El Rey to see Juliana Hatfield and Buffalo Tom perform. After being glued to my computer for the past week or so it was definitely nice to get out and see some people. When we got there we found that the people working the door at the club were so strict, thank goodness I didn't try to bring a "real" camera with me. I had some mints in my purse and they kept on telling me that there was no gum chewing allowed. I didn't have any gum though. They also checked my id like 4 times to make sure I was old enough to come in. As much as I appreciate it and am flattered by the fact that they thought I could even potentially be under 21, it did start to get a little old. Here are some pictures, please