When Dena mentions that I should update my .plan, then I’ve known that I’ve been lazy.
It’s been a while since I updated this because we’ve been plenty busy since the holidays ended. We now have two four month old (and extremely nosey) kittens sharing our space; Sundae and Belle. I’ll post pictures soon. Dena and I got a digicam for Christmas so more pictures will be added to this site.
Other than that, I’ve been preparing to work on a website for Dena’s office. The URL is http://www.ronzboril-law.com. I put a temporary page there, for now, so don’t freak out ’cause that’s not what it’s going to look like 😉
Looking forward to Zwan and the new Folk Implosion album? You should.
Happy 2K3, folks!
Dena and I are back from our holidays. Yup, no code for ten days. It was a nice break, but became horrendously boring towards the end of my holidays. Most of my time was spent shoveling snow (which I don’t get to do in Kitchener), watching hockey/football with my dad, watching my mom sew up any holes in my clothes, participating in obligatory family functions and doing some social mildly irksome meet ‘n’ greets. In the end, it all became tiresome and I looked forward to being a geek again in my own groove. It’s deperessing to think that holidays aren’t exciting for me as when I was younger. Sad to say, but it happened.
Since I said I’d do it, here it is…my top ten picks for albums of 2002:
1. The Flaming Lips – Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots
2. Sonic Youth – Murray Street
3. Guided By Voices – Universal Truths and Cycles
4. Interpol – Turn On The Bright Lights
5. And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead – Source Tags And Codes
6. Coldplay – A Sudden Rush Of Blood To The Head
7. Sigur Rós – ( )
8. Pearl Jam – Riot Act
9. Queens Of The Stone Age – Songs For The Deaf
10. Weezer – Maladroit
An honorable mention goes to the Foo Fighters for One By One; a wicked album that didn’t quite meet the hype, IMHO. Also, I would probably have included Wilco’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and Beck’s Sea Change, but I haven’t heard them in their entirety yet, so it wouldn’t be fair to list them.