Author Archives: Brian Groce

Happy Leap Day 2008!

Leap Day 2008

It only happens once every four years.  Sometimes not even then.  If you’re lucky enough to make it to eighty, you’ll only see nineteen or twenty of these in your lifetime.  Go, enjoy your extra day.

I’m personally taking the day off to get out of the “office” and I am instituting Leap Day as an official holiday for Watershed Studio.  (Yet another nice thing about running your own business.)  And for those of you who’ve not been to the Watershed site lately, we’ve given the site a much needed face lift.  Take a look and let me know what you think.

Total Lunar Eclipse

Total Lunar Eclipse

Well, I was in the midst of something tonight and missed the total lunar eclipse, but at least I was able to snap a few photos of the partial lunar eclipse. We have to wait for 34 months to see another one of these, so hopefully it will be clear that night as well.

And I missed the space shuttle landing too. I’m just not on it today.

Anyway, they better release some video footage of them shooting the satellite out of the sky…that might make up for it a little.

Has It Really Been 30 Years?

I’ve checked my calendar and my birth certificate and it seems to be true that as of today I am thirty years old. Part of me had hoped that was a rumor, but I cannot deny it. While I’m still young enough to be sort of “hip”, it won’t be too long before they (whoever “they” are) start to refer to me as “middle aged” (whatever that means…like they know something about my lifespan that I do not). But I digress.

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Thank God for Giants

I wouldn’t say that I’m a New York Giants fan (that loyalty goes to the Indianapolis Colts, good or bad season), but man you have no idea how excited I was when they beat the New England Patriots tonight in Super Bowl XLII to crush their dreams of a “perfect” season.

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What, No Advertising?

I just received the annual call from Yellow Book trying to sell my business advertising space, to which I quickly replied “no thanks”. Which the next response in the sales pitch was “May I ask why not?” To which I replied, “because I don’t need it.”

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