October 29th, 2007

broken wings

first annual indymojo.com mobile halloween party

i went out, saturday night, for the first annual indymojo mobile halloween party. this was actually my first indymojo event, so i had never met any of the other 25 people on the bus. obviously, this had the potential to be quite awful for someone with as much social anxiety as me, but, truth be told, this was the best halloween ever. (well, the best one since i stopped trick-or-treating in michigan and bringing home a veritable mountain of sweet, sweet candy every year.)

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you know, as i get older and get farther away from madison, the majority of my relationships that developed there and the secondary relationships i developed here as a result of those hometown friendships, i realize that most people actually aren't fucking douche bags and i feel really sorry for my friends who never seem to escape that town and those people, despite their dislike of them. there's something seriously wrong with that place and it is not normal. [this is not to say, of course, that there aren't good people in madison and that some people aren't/can't be happy and healthy there.]

oh, speaking of madison, dave guarino is the door man at have a nice day cafe. i thought it was him when i first got to the bar at 9, but just couldn't fathom that he'd have such a job. he didn't recognize me until we came back at the end of the night (even though he checked my i.d. both times). how weird is that?
cluck you

i forgot to mention

the really hellish thing about my misadventure in heels this weekend is that i still can't feel six of my toes and the balls of my feet. this has happened to me once before (can you tell how often i wear heels?), this summer in las vegas. i let it go to far out there and had some nerve issues all the way up to my hip. it was actually pretty scary not being able to stand up.

i know heels aren't comfortable for anyone, but i feel like this is some pretty unusual stuff. i don't know enough about anatomy, though, to even figure out if my feet are too wide or my arches too high or what. guess i should stick to sneakers...