Sunday, August 13, 2006

Feeling A Change Coming On

So I just got home after a nice relaxing day of volleyball in Central Park. Afterwards five of us went out to eat alot of food at Jackson Hole just up the street from my house. Ariel, Marjon, a little guy I just love but whose name excapes me at the moment and Big Bryan. Not big in the bad sense, just tall and a really sweet guy. Love seeing him, hardly get to and he was kicking ass in the park all weekend long.

I have to say that this is the second weekend I have gone out to eat with Ariel and Marjon, they know I use just go home and grab something to eat. They always say come on because we are usually just a couple of blocks from my house since we are on the Eastside so why not. Why not indeed.

Last week was just fun as was tonight.

So I think from now on I will be trying to really get back in touch and start really hanging out with friends and going out again. Since I move up here a year and a half ago I kind of stopped going out. Needs to change.

So since I just got a haircut last week I thought when you have a change in your life, even a small one like this, you need to do something to cement it. So I decided to change the look of the site. Not a big thing but all I have to really change right now.

Well, I could say what I am really thinking when someone asks me, "What am I thinking?" but I am a little too smart/shy to really say. LOL. Okay, maybe not shy, but smart enough to keep my mouth shut for the most part.

2 comments:

Tank said...

"I could say what I am really thinking when someone asks me, "What am I thinking?" but I am a little too smart/shy to really say. LOL. Okay, maybe not shy, but smart enough to keep my mouth shut for the most part."

I like this, bud. (It's Tank from BMB talkin' atcha) Many people have nothing to say and open their mouth to prove it, all too often.

Saintly71 said...

Hey Tank,
I know what you mean by that. I wasn't so worried about saying what I was thinking. I was more being careful as to what I would say as to not be misunderstood by someone I like very, very much as a person.

How I Spent the Afternoon.