CAPTURE CINCINNATI - CIN Weekly magazine is sponsoring another installment of "Capture Cincinnati," a sort of contest for residents of Cincinnati to submit pictures that will go into a hard bound book. Jason did this last year, but basically entered photography too late for it to be considered. We both started early this year. You can vote for my pictures here and, Jason's here. Please vote! Here's one of Jason's pics:
WORK - Although I am being assigned to a new assignment at work, it is gratifying to see the rewards of the blood, sweat and tears spent on my previous project, as the software goes into production. It feels good to be recognized for getting results and moving the business forward!
PSYCH'ED - At the gym today, I steped onto the elliptical machine; I was listening to the current audiobook, "Thousand Spendid Suns." Being a gay, I tried to tune into HGTV, but it just would not pick up channel 58 on the small TV. But channel 56 worked. USA Network. I watched it a show without the sound. I didn't know what show it was but I liked the way the people carried themselves. It made me smirk. I found out it was the show "Psych." I looked it up later.
TWO ACTORS - At the moment, there are two guys that I really dig. OK they are not the best known. But they CRACK me up:
James Roday - Shawn (at right) in "Psych" is cute, fun, very smart and a bit crazy. He manages to get out of some interesting predicaments.
Interview on Nirali Magazine
Maulik Pancholy - He's been in two of my favorite shows, 30 Rock, and Weeds. I especially love his role in Weeds, playing a young struggling, insecure, but hilarious drug dealer, catering to gay bars. In one scene, he wore ridiculous leather.
SUMMER - Every year for the last few years, it has appeared that summer has gotten away from me. I look back and wonder where all those summer nights went. This year, although we have been camping twice, I feel the summer slipping away.
WEEKEND - I'm generally so busy during the week, I often have to make time in the weekend to get small projects done, such as cleaning the garage. I'm happy to say that I made some strides! If I can get just a couple more hours in, I will be FINALLY ready to show my IKEA "before" and "after" shots for the area (as well as finally be able to park the GTI inside.)
OK. I did manage to grab this quick shot of the garage. With the GTI inside. Notice the IKEA shelves on the right and how dirty the vehicle is.