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Tennis anyone ?

Hong and I have plaeyed tennis everyday this week! For absolutley no less than one hour a day. Now, first let me preface this by saying that I am NOT a good tennis player, and that I truely do feel really bad for Hong. She has been running all over the place. That out of the way, I certainly do think that I am getting better !!! Hopefully the scales tomorrow morning will agree with me! I even managed to get Cody amd Kate to go with me to the courts and hit a few balls around, in our flip flops. If anyone had some extra dough, and just wanted to buy me something nice, I really like these “classic” Adidas.

Sometimes it’s the little “i” things

Ya know … I sit in front of a very spendy computer, working on really spendy programs … Photoshop and Final Cut Studio and the likes. We have thousands upon thousands of dollars worth of cameras … Sometimes though, there is a certain joy in an iMac, iMovie, and a silly little point and shoot camera.

Brothery Love

Wow, what a perfect title for today’s entry … Dylan, my brother for those who don’t know, just wrapped up a whirlwind weekend here in Seattle, from Atlanta. We had a grand old time hanging out! On Saturday we went to a local string shop, he’s a violin maker. Dylan got to chatting with some of the folks over there (and even manged to talk them into selling his instruments). One of the things he was talk to them about was the state of orchestras in this country, and had mentioned by name the Philadelphia Orchestra. Well Dylan left today … and nearly right on cue, this article was brought to my attention about that very same orchestra … brotherly love, and and the orchestra from the city of brotherly love … Dylan I had a great visit, wish it could have been longer.