Uneventful Sunday

GU won their second round game against St. Mary’s and play Santa Clara tomorrow night. A win will send them into the Big Dance!

I think it’s completely lame that they have the tournament at Santa Clara every year.

Cleaning and Basketball

Today I’m going on a serious apartment cleaning spree. For some reason I woke up at 6 AM this morning and actually got up rather than going back to sleep.

I’m even thinking about finally getting Linux up and running on my other machine!

The Ferris boys basketball team beat LC 51-39 yesterday to win the GSL district championship. Nice job guys!

More Hoops

Last night Ferris came away with a 40-30 victory in a defensive battle against Gonzaga Prep.

Lewis & Clark beat up Central Valley in a surprising 55-36 upset.

Rubber Chicken III commences at 9pm tonight in the Spokane Arena.

Design Tweaks

I’ve started fiddling with the sidebar and I’m running up against the ever so annoying browser implementation differences. IE 4.5 for the Mac doesn’t recognize the fact that I’m overriding the sidebar link color (it should be white, not blue), while Netscape Navigator 4.07 gets that part right, but munges the sides of my nested table. As Dave Winer always says Still diggin’!

Found a fix for things.

Tonight at 5:30pm Ferris plays G-Prep in the Spokane Arena.

Pier 1 Imports

It sure has been raining a lot the last couple days. I like it!

Today I decided to stop off at Pier 1 Imports on my way home and work on improving my apartment decor. I’d only been thinking about going there for oh, about seven months. I picked up a couple picture frames and a table cloth.

Scouting Hoops

It looks like I’m going to be taking over the GU School of Education’s web site.

Tonight was the first round of the district playoffs. The Ferris boys had a bye tonight since we finished second in league so my dad and I went and scouted the Gonzaga Prep vs. Shadle Park game. It was tied at the half, but Prep pulled away and won 62-52. They will be our opponent on Thursday.

Return From Seattle

I made it back to Spokane okay, but my flight on Southwest Airlines was delayed about an hour. I don't like waiting in airports by myself especially.

Steve's Birthday

I was actually in Seattle1 again for most of the weekend!

Today is my good friend Steve Wilhelm’s birthday!

Weekend recap: A couple week’s back Steve’s most excellent girlfriend Holly and his sister Robyn hatched a plan to throw a surprise birthday party for him Saturday evening. I thought it over briefly and decided to fly into town for the event since I’d driven over the previous weekend.

Jesse picked me up at the airport Friday and dropped me off at Holly’s apartment. I hung out there and ate lots of chips until Holly had to go in to work at the Market Theatre2. I went with her and got to see Unexpected Productions Theatre Sports. That was completely awesome.

Saturday I slept in and hung out with Holly until she had to take off for UW On Cue, a drama program she’s involved with. I ended up reading and snacking until Robyn came to pick me up and smuggle me into her apartment which is in the same building as Steve and Jesse’s apartment actually.

Once we got to her place, Robyn and I went into a decorating frenzy, inflating (and popping) helium balloons, hanging crazy streamers, and finally placing stars and planets all over the ceiling.

In the end Steve was surprised, the party was a success, and a fun time was had by all. The highlight of the night was of course Holly’s dance with the Han Solo cut out!

  1. Defunct URL: http://Seattle.sidewalk.com/

  2. Defunct URL: http://seattle.sidewalk.com/detail/12180

Site Design

Today has been a somewhat uneventful day so far. I think I will probably continue to work on my site design. The left hand column is still looking a tad boring.

This is my home node on Everything.

Regular Season End

Both Ferris boys teams closed out the season with wins yesterday.

Nice job gentlemen! I didn’t think this year’s JV team could top last year’s 19-1 season, but by bouncing back from a season opening loss and winning 20 straight, breaking 100 points once, and going undefeated in league they did just that. Now it’s time for the Second Season.

I got an email back from Anneke[Defunct URL: http://anneke.net] and she definitely rates high on the Jason coolness scale :).