Friday, January 13, 2006

Time Crunch

I know that my posting has been paltry the last few months. My best time to write is in the morning or during the day, and there is very little downtime at my current job. After a day of doing menial computer tasks and staring at the screen for hours, my mind is not much better than a bowl of rice pudding. I don't want my original idea of helping to foster an online community in South Pasadena to slip away. Not that the website has done anything monumental in that regard, but sometimes a few people gathering together can have a ripple effect.

I'm not sure how many people will actually read this post. Our lives are so busy. I would actually like to meet everyone who has ever stopped by and read a post or posted a comment. What's the fun of only engaging in virtual community? I'm usually at the Farmer's Market between 6 and 6:30 if anyone would ever care to meet up.

I thought I was going to squeeze out an end-of-the-year post reflecting on what I have observed in South Pas in 2005, but due to yada-yada-yada....What I can say is this: even though South Pasadena has been talking about revitalizing the Main St. area for 20+ years, I believe that the planning and discussions which came out of the TownTalks is actually going to result in some fairly big changes in the next few years, perhaps even beginning some time this year. Only time will tell, I suppose.

If you actually have read this post, I'd be interested in knowing: what takes up most of your time?

6 Comments:

Anonymous Jill said...

How would one find you at the farmers' market? (Or should I email you offline?)

What takes up most of my time:

1. Work, when I'm working for other people. (I temp, so sometimes I'm working 8-5, and sometimes I have long stretches of free days.)

2. Blogging & reading blogs.

3. My relationship with my partner.

4. Taking photos.

Those are the big things I devote time to regularly.

7:47 AM  
Blogger jadis said...

=) law school!

xoxox, newbie to south pas

12:56 PM  
Blogger South Pas Blogs said...

Jill, an offline email would be the most precise way to meet up. However, I could always wear a pink carnation or a funny cap. Or Thena and I could stand near the folk singer who shouts in unknown languages.

How most of my time is spent:

1. With my wife

2. With my faith community

3. At work. (Ugh)

4. Writing songs and playing music

5. Reading

(As my lack of recent posts attests, my time devoted to blogging has taken a beating. Strangely enough, my dip in frequency of posting coincides with the commencement of my new job.)

Welcome to South Pas, Jadis. Isn't Jadis the real name of the White Witch from the Chronicles of Narnia?

4:09 PM  
Blogger marielle said...

Work, school, and daydreaming. Sometimes all at the same time.

7:59 PM  
Blogger jadis said...

you are dead on - and i hope you remembered that from the book, and not the movie (i don't even know if it's mentioned in the movie, i haven't seen it yet). great memory!

so, fellow experts on our lovely shire of a town, where are the best free wifi hot spots other than the library? i know jill mentioned muddy joe's (next on my list to try!) but it has rather early hours for a night owl such as myself. any suggestions?

12:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi guys!
This is Sue, one of the owners of Muddy Joes in Pasadena. I see you mentioned our early hours... we can always change that if you bring all your friends and come do your surfing!! It's all up to you!Come see us and give us a try!!

3:48 PM  

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