Banner Logo
Home
The Real Kato
About Me
Twitter
Facebook
Frozen Lunches
Links
Dooce
Sweat Pants Mom
Secret Agent Josephine
Vindauga
Contact



Archives
Most Recent

2018 October
2005 June
2005 May
2005 April
2005 March
2005 February
2005 January
2004 December
2004 November
2004 October
2004 September
2004 August
2004 July


Categories
All Categories 

bloggers 
books 
commentary 
dating 
food 
funnyhaha 
interesting 
life 
movies 
music 
politics 
reviews 
science 
site-business 
sports 
style 
techwatch 
television 
theater 
travel 


Recent Comments
On New CBS Show Scorpion Riddled with Errors
e.* said:
also, 7a: disk-based backup targets don't work that way. you don't back up anything to one single so...
On New CBS Show Scorpion Riddled with Errors
Stephen J* said:
Wasn't planning on watching, now definitely won't.

19a: if the whole Ethernet cord to sportscar th...
On College Football 2013: Week 10 Preview
Ken said:
Update: Bryan Underwood is out with an injury. Umm, that's not good.
On It's Just (a) Lunch (Scam)?
kiki* said:
Run! Do not join this service! It is a waste of money. I was scheduled for several different dates. ...
On It's Just (a) Lunch (Scam)?
Informed* said:
Guys and women,

Amost everybody seems to be scammed by this company. Why then are they in business ...


<< Previous: The Cat Diary | Next: Apple Watch: WWDC, a... >>

Saturday Recap
Sunday, 2005 June 5 - 5:57 pm
You know, there are a lot of cute women in Chapel Hill.

So yesterday was the non-date with GunGirl. She made barbecued ribs for dinner, YUM. And, she introduced me to her friend PianoGirl, who happens also to be rather cute and charming, not to mention the fact that she's a world-renowned pianist.

After dinner we went to the Rilo Kiley concert, which was good, but also very loud, very hot, and very crowded. I've forgotten how claustrophobic Cat's Cradle can be when they host a sold-out show. I didn't bother to take a camera with me... I saw other people trying to take pictures, and ending up with lots of photos of the backs of heads.

When we walked into the place, I figured there was no way I was ever going to find Pinky in the crowd. I mean, there were probably at least six hundred people there. But Pinky found me, as we were walking out at the end of the show. She was there with Mr. Pinky, and they were just as adorable and friendly as you'd expect them to be. Now I feel privileged that I know who they are... it's like discovering Superman's real identity. Of course, it would probably be much easier to figure out Superman... after all, Superman's disguise was essentially just a pair of glasses, and how could you not notice someone changing clothes inside a phone booth?

On the drive home, I went down the back roads, and I narrowly missed two opossums and one deer.

This week I have my first meeting with ImprovGirl, who thus far doesn't know about this blog. That'll also be in Chapel Hill. Friday I have another non-date with GunGirl, at an event that should be, um, interesting. I won't say much more about that until afterwards.
Permalink  2 Comment   Bookmark and Share
Posted by Ken in: datinglifemusic

Comments

Comment #1 from Crouching Hamster (Guest)
2005 Jun 5 - 6:21 pm : #
You're going to the demolition derby with GunGirl?

Wild mushroom hunting?

Bobbit's Hole?

The ASPCA to visit the unwanted animals?

Barnes & Noble to look at the dirty books?

bickett gallery to be the only two people there?

Cafe Driade, pretending you're in Madagascar?

The movie, Madagascar?

It's golfing, isn't it.

Rolfing?
Comment #2 from pinky (Guest)
2005 Jun 6 - 8:59 am : #
I would have never guessed I would have spotted you...who'd have thought?

Comments are closed for this post.
Login


Search This Site
Powered by FreeFind