When you make things look easy, people think it’s easy
Was planning to post last Friday but a buncha ConEd people showed up early Friday to open up a gas pipe in front of my building and asked me if they could tap into the gas in my apartment. Very strange.
Afterward, hobbled down to Chinatown to meet up with the CEO of a bank and RE Mike, which doesn’t sound like fun but it was one of the best 90 minute meetings I’ve ever had. We mostly ended up talking about television shows and growing up the in big city.
There was this very young secretary at a firm I worked at once that didn’t really understand what I did all day. To her, it seemed like a lot of lunches and drinks.
Secretary: Do you actually do any work?
Me: (amused) That guy that just left? The one wearing the flip-flops and over-sized tee-shirt? He just hired us for a $19 million deal. So I would say, “yes.”
There’s this throw called the Harai-Goshi which, when done correctly, looks effortless. But to be able to get to that stage takes years of work. Ironically, it was that throw that the newbie was trying to do that put me outta commission last week.
But that’s neither here nor there.
In any case, took me forever to get back home because of my bum knee and then later that night, injured it even more trying to kill a mosquito. Could barely walk the next day.
Still, the weekend picked up dramatically after that. Went out with my wife for another date night around the way although even that took forever with my knee.
Her: Logan, if this were the animal kingdom, I would have already eaten you and found another mate.
I’d tell you more about the date itself but she’s got her own blog now so you can click it and see for yourself.
She did take a really nice shot of me, which makes me look better that I really look. Those are the best kinda shots.
Since I’ve got the time, I’ll be posting tomorrow too. See you then?
Location: still home with a bum leg
Music: I know she’s gonna leave this broken man behind her
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