There’s always something going on…

My social calendar looks like it may as well have been sprayed with a machine gun.
But in a good way, no seriously, I mean that.
This city has something always going on and I’m looking like I’m double and tripple booked over the next few weeks.
There are two weekly meetings being hosted in my livingroom. One with regards to arts curatorship for a show later in the fall, the other with regards to a local political campaign. Goodness I love finally living in the city. Blackouts and all.
Tonight I have dinner plans, drinks plans, afterwork plans, and still need to do some unpacking.
Jayzus. Does it ever end?
No rest for the wicked.
Things still left on my list to do: Unpacking, writing, drop offs at Good Will, Shopping, More unpacking, more settling in, blah blah blah I bore you.
Would you rather hear about my first experience with SF’s Rice A Roni – the San Francisco Treat?
That’s rather gruesome so I’ll spare you. Trust me on this one.
In weekend Plans: Housewarming Party, BBQ, Hanging at my favorite Bernal Heights Bar – The Wild Side, and this.
Reminder: This friday there’s a Kickoff at Punch Gallery:
From: Jane Kim for School Board
Location: Punch Gallery
155 10th St., San Francisco, CA View Map
When: Saturday, July 24, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Phone: 415.806.3069
SambAsia will start things off with their unique mix of Brazilian Samba and Japanese Taiko percussion. There will be food & drink, music, more performers, Jane’s friends and supporters. It’s free, so please invite as many of your friends as you like, we want to get the word out.
Confirmed Speakers:
Matt Gonzalez, President, Board of Supervisor
Mark Sanchez, School Board Member
Nicole Derse, Youth Empowerment Coordinator, Youth Commission
Reverend Norman Fong, community leader
SFSUD Students
Jane Kim – Candidate for SF School Board

3 Comments so far

  1. mr mcg (unregistered) on July 22nd, 2004 @ 9:00 am

    shouldn’t posts regaling us with richness and sophistication of your social life be left for your personal blog? or are you being ironic? maybe i am just confused as to the nature of this blog.

  2. The Committee (unregistered) on July 22nd, 2004 @ 11:08 am

    I agree completely with the anonymous poster above.
    To deconstruct a bit:
    The last several paragraphs of this post contained moderately useful information that I’m grateful to have. I don’t know that I really care about people running for school board, but that’s ok. At least it’s on topic for the blog.
    The blathering about how crowded Ms. Jung’s social calendar would be very appropriate for the kind of petulant self-aggrandizing weblog that most bloggers erroneously feel the rest of the world actually cares about.
    In the future, it would be swell if she could limit that kind of self-indulgent tripe to her personal blog, so that I won’t have to read it.
    The Committee to Improve

  3. cd (unregistered) on July 23rd, 2004 @ 4:39 am

    Now there’s a committee? Cool. Why don’t you guys (guy? girls? girl?) send us tips and insight and we’ll be glad to post it for you. We’re always eager for content suggestions. But we are a small band of bloggers all with jobs, lives, and sometimes other sites. We’re dedicated to this project and aim to make it an enjoyable experience for you.
    I would note, however, that the LA site frequently includes amusing anecdotes and I don’t think they get flamed quite as often as we seem to lately.
    So thanks – you’re half-way good on your input. Now make it more constructive and we can play ball.

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