My Quiet Life My Quiet Life

party

The party last night was fun, as always. I think it’s interesting and curious that most people face these events with such apprehension. As a mega-huge-nerd, since I was around 16 or 17, I’ve been meeting people in person that I otherwise only knew online before. So I’m a bit used to it, and Amanda I think is getting used to me dragging her along. I think it’s great, and I’m not ashamed to say that the blogging community in Nashville is the closest to a peer group pool for me to draw friends from and hang out with. Needless to say I think we should do it more often.

Sadly, smantix was a no-show, so there was no sequel to the infamous Amanda/Smantix rumble-in-the-jungle knock-down drag-out from last year. I’m not sure, though, but I do think she might have mocked “nemesisboy” into leaving, which is pretty funny. I did want to talk to Todd A., though, since I think we have some mutual friends.

Next time we do this sort of thing, let’s make it on a Friday or Saturday. I can’t pretend I have anything better to do, and then I won’t have to go to work bleary-eyed the next morning.

One thing was made abundantly clear: a lot more people read my blog than I realized. Maybe I should start, you know, posting actual content to it once in a while again. Food for thought.

After the crowd started thinning at Wolfie’s, we trekked via cab across the river to see Newton rock the house.

Good times.