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Monday, June 25, 2007

Hang out in LA this weekend?

Hey folks! I'll be in LA for a wedding (swank and Indian, so you KNOW the food'll be good) this weekend. Want to hang out? I'm thinking it'll have to be a brunch Sat or Sun morning, since I fly in Friday night and have the wedding on Saturday night. Or we could pack a picnic lunch for Griffith Park and throw the frisbee around. That'd be fun.

Pick a time and suggest a place in the comments. I'll probably go with the early suggestions, 'cause I need to plan my weekend. Fun.


Blogger Tom said...

We'll be at a wedding in Oregon, or else we'd be happy to hang out. Enjoy the wedding!

9:41 AM  
Blogger Megan said...

Will do! Have fun yourself!

10:08 AM  
Blogger jens said...

Say hello to my little brother should you run into him!

11:21 AM  
Blogger Kwindla said...

Hey, what a nice thing! Griffith park sounds like fun. Or, if you like, we could do terrible things to tofu and vegetables on the grill at our house, one evening.

11:37 AM  
Anonymous Ennis said...

What kind of Saturday wedding is this that will leave you free Saturday morning and Sunday morning? Also, if they feed you "right" I doubt you'll be hungry much the next day ...

3:22 PM  
Blogger Megan said...

Hmmm. If they're having a sangeet, I didn't hear about it. That's cool. I went to a few Indian weddings with Anand one summer, so much as I want to celebrate with my girlfriend, I don't really need the full four-day experience.

3:28 PM  
Blogger Strange Bird said...

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3:51 PM  
Blogger Strange Bird said...

I had a suggestion, then I decided it was just weird. :) Have fun in LA!

3:59 PM  
Blogger Megan said...

Oh. I read your suggestion and liked it, but I don't think I'll have a chance to play pick-up. La Canada is far from me. You'd be welcome if we get together a more central gathering.

4:03 PM  
Anonymous Ennis said...

4 days is a bit much, but 24 hours of events seems to be common, even for white weddings. Two of my waspiest friends got married and there was a rehersal dinner the night before and a brunch the morning after - that was 36 hours. [The only time I've ever worn a tux]

8:44 PM  
Anonymous Ennis said...

No sangeet - so you're not getting mehndi done?

8:45 PM  
Blogger Megan said...

Nope. I'm just a guest at the regular ceremony.

8:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whilst you are there, see if you can pick up anything on the threatened drought?

I am interested in climate change, and your post about 'this is how it changes' (ie in little, painful bits) really struck a chord.

I've been tracking the hard choices re the Australian drought (worst in 150 years), and now our papers (UK) have picked up that California has a threatened drought (no snow cap melt to feed the reservoirs) and it could be really bad.

This week we have discovered flooding: stupid of King George III to allow those houses in Yorkshire to be built on low lying ground.

What will happen next to those homeowners is the insurers will withdraw flood coverage. So their houses will be significantly blighted.

Since we are just emerging from a drought which showed our (south eastern England) groundwater reserves are inadequate to meet the variability of the climate, the water resource issues are coming to the fore.

Too much, too little, and never in the right places at the right times.


6:42 AM  

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