After such a challenging week, I had a really cool time last night. Spent yesterday afternoon hanging out with a friend who then shared a ticket with me to see an aweome concert at the New Conservatory Theatre. We saw Wesla Whitfield, who is an outstanding singer and performer. I was ashamed that I was not familiar with her work, but she was amazing! It was a great afternoon/evening. Like a goof I left my program in my friend’s car. I hope he saves it for me! Yes, I save programs to everything I see. Memories!

Actually, the whole day was pretty good! While the interview I had yesterday morning was another long one — I think it went really well. A busy but positive vibe — I think it would be a great place to work. Now, let’s see if they think I would be a great person to work there! LOL! I’ve got everything crossed!!!

I think I am growing weary of interviewing. It seems that they keep getting longer and longer!

Tonight am meeting up with Milford and Alan — we’re seeing 2046 on the big screen. I’ve seen this film several times via DVD, but am dying to see it on the big screen. It has taken so long for this film to make it to the US. Let’s hope Milford and Alan like it or I might be in trouble!!!

My pal, Bethie, is coming over from Boston for some business training starting on Monday! So, I will be hanging out with her every evening thru Wednesday! Am very much psyched about that!!!

OK — giving myself a break from the job postings and am headed out to the beach with my iPod!

August 19, 2005. Uncategorized.


  1. thomas replied:

    okay, so now i can post comments again. i just wish i had something witty to say 😦

  2. Underling replied:

    I’m glad you had such a wonderful night out. Have fun tonight.

    I’m headed out to the indian casino in the next town over with my friend Nadine and her family. Gonna play some slots (Well, $25 worth…all I could muster up). A guy in my office just won $5800 on a $20 game…so my fingers are crossed…lol

  3. joe replied:

    2046 is wonderful. I love wong kar wai! his movies are like emotions put on film. if your friends don’t like it, well, take me next time. 🙂

  4. matt replied:

    Thomas — Yay!

    Underling — Good luck! I’ve got my fingers crossed for you, too!

    Joe — Wish you could have joined us! Just got in for the night and I think they both really enjoyed the film. I love the way you describe his work! I agree! It was so cool to finally see this film on the movie screen.

  5. snarl71 replied:

    Glad the weekend ended on a better note than the interview from hell.

    And even more glad that Bethie is going to be visiting you. She’s your first Boston friend to visit since you’ve been there, right?

  6. Jon replied:

    I think it’s time to reapply to the porn store- think of the stories you have, though I suppose it may bemore depressing and possibly gross and or frightening than amusing……

  7. matt replied:

    Karl — Yeah, I can’t wait to see Bethie! But, no, Tom has come over for a visit. He was here for about a week in July (I think it was July)

    Jon — Well, The Nob Hill Cinema needed someone to work the front desk from 7pm to 2am. …but, “light janitorial duties” were required. Yum! LOL! Yes, the stories would be fun for a few weeks but I think it would bum me out over all. Not a career direction I will take.

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