fa ra ra


listening to
someone practicing on a trombone
at least they’re decent

drinking
jasmine tea with honey and cream
calming

obsessed with
playing more pool
lather, rinse, repeat

 

 

nothing much
Nothing Muchville, CA

yawn

This weekend, I played in a small tournament and played very badly in first round, winning just one game in the entire set.

I spent the rest of the day taking the scenic route until I was in the finals. My opponent was the same person who had so generously handed me my first-round loss. I started off shaky, and then caught a gear. The change in my game was so dramatic that my opponent asked me, “How come you play so good now?”

“I spent all day practicing for this match.”

🙂

 

 

the next day…
Nothing Muchville Againtown, CA

hee hee hee

A dim sum lunch for four people… total cost: $26.

mmm

 

A sign of fun.

Dr. La’s parents probably meant to name her “Kimberly”, but, you know how Engrish goes. But, a pretty new name is now in existence! I imagine Kimberry to be a very nice, sweet, competent optometrist — not at all like the type of people who would find Engrish amusing.

 

 

cats
furry funniness

Printer + Cat = Hilarity


 Camera + Cat = Ninja


6 Replies to “fa ra ra”

  1. “… a small tournament…”?

    The US Amateur championship, preliminary qualifying round for California?

    you are much too modest!
    wait, what am I saying?
    what have you done with OMGWTF?
    is this a new, improved OMGWTF?
    a kinder, gentler OMGWTF?

    is this what they mean “when worlds collide”?

    i am so confused right now…

  2. “I spent all day practicing for this match.” – You really did practice all day…if you weren’t playing, you were practicing on the toughest table in the house. Shoreline is my preferred room, and I was there on Saturday, but I didn’t want to interrupt since you looked quite focused.

    I couldn’t help but notice at least one other fan who did stop you and introduce herself…you’re a little bit of a celebrity, no?

    I must say, however, I was hoping you’d have some sort of experience with one of the resident Shoreline goofballs (oh yes, we’ve got our share) that the rest of us hate. I thought it might produce some rather interesting reading material. I guess that didn’t happen though…quite a nondescript blog entry about “a small tournament”.

    Anyhow, congratulations on the win, it was well deserved. Have fun in Atlanta!

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