Monday, September 26, 2005

Busy weekend by the Bay

It was one of those marvelous San Francisco weekends where there were about two dozens things to do at every moment--baseball games, football games, a leather street fair, peace marches, a Green Day concert, blues festivals, film festivals and, as they say, much much more. I spent most of the weekend inside (sigh) completing my InDesign class. I now am InDesigned and outdesigned--no, well, I know how to do stuff, if ever called upon to do it.

It's quiet here, John and poochie off to San Rafael, and I'm enjoying the peace. But of course I'd give anything to hear anything about my manuscript. You would think, considering how busy I've been that I would forget about it, but I never do.

The sun is definitely making an effort. I was going to say that we were having decent weather, but it's not considered weather in the local parlance when it's sunny--weather means something nasty like rain or wind is happening.

And I should, I suppose, get away from the computer now. Lotsa things to do today, and it will be a busy week with four interviews. Plus I am attending the Dr. Atomic final dress rehearsal on Wednesday.


Robert said...

Greetings from Paris! I can't access email and this post will probably not go through and I can't get used to this European keyboard, but we had a wonderful and exhausting day visiting the Musee Marmottan and its incredible collection of Monet, and then got lost in the Bois de Boulogne, a tres jolie place to get lost, and its rose gardens. For better or worse, our hotel is across the street from Laduree chocolatier, founded in 1862. Au revoir.

Diane K. Martin said...

Bonjour Robert! Sounds like you're having a marvelous time. C'est trés bien!