April 13, 2005

Reelin' in the Years

“And I’m feeling for all the world like I’m feeling for all the world.”
–Jon Brion, “Hook, Line and Sinker”

For my birthday (yesterday) I got:

- A few hours to write. I can't remember the last time I sat down with more than two hours ahead of me to get some actual work done. I'd love to say I knocked it out of the park, but it was still good to focus for a while on the ol' novel.
- A nice blue blazer. I've never had one. I plan to look sharp in it.
- Took the kids to Opening Day. Not only did the Dodgers win in the bottom of the ninth, two outs, bases-loaded, down by 2, but Mr. Steve Garvey was sitting behind us. Damned if he didn't look younger than I. He signed our program where the kids and I had kept score throughout the game, something I hadn't done in a long while.
- Went with the whole mishpoche to the best damn pizza restaurant in L.A (I would tell you the name, but then more people might go there). June and I realized we'd been frequenting the establishment for the last 14 years. Yikes. (Okay, the hint is that it's in Eagle Rock, and it's called Casa Bianca Pizza Pie--but I'm not giving you the phone number).

Posted by krudman at April 13, 2005 11:04 AM | TrackBack
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