there must be somewhere in this county that i can get a bagel with sliced lox. i’m sure of it. i spoke with my friend heather on this topic and she swears that its impossible. “i’ve looked everywhere” she says. i won’t give up. i’ve tried every search i can think of in google for lox in raleigh with dismal results but i’m sure i just need to ask the right person. until then, i’ll happily eat my country ham biscuit.
i think its time to clean out my car.
when i got in it this afternoon it smelled decidedly like shrimp fried rice.
i have been meaning to get around to playing with the SOAP API’s Google has made available to developers. i was bored tonight so i gave it a whirl. within an hour i had my own little tonyspencer.com search engine up and running!
its very basic but so cool. i’ll explore more available options later.
amy was here last week with a streak of lousy luck. now it looks as if she left her black cloud here to float over my head.
sunday night: i was swinging in the porch swing. i looked up just in time to see one of the hooks release from the beam and send me hurtling into the bushes.
monday night: i’m cruising along I-40 on a pleasant evening on my way to the airport. i ran over some metal crap that wrapped around my rear axle and shredded my tire to blowout. i guess its not all bad. i hadn’t checked on the spare tire since i owned the car but it was full of air and good to go.
I’m a coffee snob. I know it. I love the stuff and I’m pretty critical of the establishments I choose. I’ve been lucky enough to join the neighborhood at around the same time that Helios was opening. This place has a great easy going atmosphere, friendly staff and pretty good java. A milkier, less puffy on top cappuccino would make it excellent
Blah. Had to resort to Starbucks today since Helios closed early for Labor Day. I’ll be back tomorrow though.