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Showing posts from December, 2009

Lunch @ Schiller's

Very good. Wasabi like mustard. See the full gallery on posterous Posted via email from Christopher's posterous

What Time Is It?

This could only mean 1 thing: Time to head out to see Avatar in the 3D Imax Experience Looking forward to it. Oh snap, I should put on my contacts if I am going to be wearing 3D glasses. Posted via email from Christopher's posterous

Merry Christmas.

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Happy Holidays....

Oh snap, what did she say???? Posted via email from Christopher's posterous

Walking around NYC last week.

Just a bit of a photo piece.  Found some good colors on those gray days. Enjoy. See the full gallery on posterous Posted via email from Christopher's posterous

Will we be making someof these on our patio later???

I hope not. Posted via email from Christopher's posterous

End of Another Season...And I thank God for it.

So the post you are about to read could really be considered an update to the “Life Should Be Fun”  piece I did last month. I had mentioned how I was in need of some fun and a change.  My fun had largely consisted of playing and coaching volleyball a good 3-4 days of my week but that had slowly become the most laboring part of my week due to the level of enthusiasm I was getting from my teammates and a few of the people I coached.  Everyone knows that volleyball, especially gay volleyball, has so much attitude no matter what level you are playing that you would think everyone was making money off of playing just for the fun of it.  We all know what this is not the case because if you could be making money off of playing volleyball you wouldn’t be playing in that gym in Chelsea. Well as of Thursday our season ended and with the 5 teammates who made it to the game we won our last game of the season.  No, not the match just the very last game.  I must say that when things are not gelling

Highlights of One of a Kind Show.

Javier Gomez Studio Great photography. Loved his Urban collection. We just have no more space for photography on the walls. Nancy Nicholson: Artist Great cityscapes done in stained glass. She had them lit in boxes and they looked amazing. Would think one in a lit box or hanging in the window by wires would look great Mark Jeremy Gleberzon: Acrylic paintings on canvas. We are considering one of his pieces to hang on the wall. If you are around NYC this weekend then go check it out.  If not, hit the website and maybe u will see something u like as well. Posted via email from Christopher's posterous

Winter Freeze

Drip, drip, drip, sniff. Yes, that would be the sound my nose makes as I come in the door after walking from the subway a mere two blocks away. It is so cold outside, a rip roaring 21F degrees, that I seriously considering not going out for the entire weekend.  Haha, I know that is impossible as I have to be over near Terminal 5 in Manhattan in an hour or so. Best thing about that is Terminal 5 is basically on the Hudson River so not only will it be cold but the wind off the river should basically snap me in half. I really shouldn’t complain not when I can go to the GAP and get sweaters for 50% off or maybe get a new coat.  My winter coat from last year was hardly used and the shell isn’t even at my house. Hey B, I need to get that back from you sometime soon; I am sure it is stuffed in your closet somewhere. I know you will read this eventually. Not much to do this holiday season and I think that could be a good thing, but damn I get another year older next Tuesday and have a company

Forgive But Never Forget.

On December 7, 1941 2,402 Americans were killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor. Take a moment to reflect on the people who gave their lives that day, and never forget the brave Men and Women fighting for our country today. Posted via email from Christopher's posterous