Thursday, July 6, 2006

C'est la vie, non?

Because I'm too flustered about the recent news events that seem to be overwhelming my senses (think Israel, North Korea, Ken Lay), I've decided to gather myself before going on a diatribe about any of them. It's safer that way. And I'm in the middle of conversing with a brilliant friend, Chris, on the Israel-Palestine conflict. And while I'd like to think that N. Korea was celebrating July Fourth in our honor, we all know that isn't true.

So instead, I shall provide you with a photo of the lock to the old-school gate outside the Georgetown Public Library (my library) where I got my very own D.C. library card today. Now, they let you CHOOSE your own library card, which I thought was a pretty sweet deal. So I picked this one instead of the other 4 options.

Other than that, I'm rolling through my days waiting. Not sure what for. Though I am sending a portfolio out to Oregon to see what happens. I should probably sit down with the boss and see what they're planning for. Rumor has it there's 7 open slots they don't plan on filling before the intern work is up. We'll see what happens.