The Longshoreman’s Daughter, Fremont

Dec 21 2004

Roko really likes the American breakfast, so pretty much every weekend we go out to one of the greasy-spoon joints in Seattle’s happening Fremont or Wallingford areas. Lately my head has been clouded with a ton of stuff, and it was actually kind of hard to just sit down and enjoy something like a bowl of oatmeal with my girlfriend, without getting distracted about what I wanted to go work on next. I’m getting better at that, though. Jules has explicitly told me to take a break from Soft Landing, and I haven’t touched any other personal projects very much for a while now. Finally deciding to retire from [URD][1] has taken a six-year load off of my shoulders; it was long overdue. That’s another story, I guess. [1]: