Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Thank You Anna

As alleged work-related politics (to use a more polite term) keep me from comforting my wife or from spending the last moments of with my father-in-law's life with him, I received a little pick me-up this afternoon, from Anna of SF Metroblog, and Banane. She posted about this past Saturday night's Litcrawl/This-writer-sprawled happening.

If you haven't read or seen Anna's work before, you'll be amazed. She is quite a Renaissance woman, as a writer, columnist (yes, the two can actually be exclusive) and a photographer. I hope Anna, that your karma will now improve a hundred-fold. May you have always have a seat on Muni (yes, even through Chinatown) or BART, and if you have to share that seat? May someone interesting always be in that adjoining seat and I hope that none of the bad smells of public transportation or The City waft anywhere near your nose.

May you always have the swimming lane to yourself and may you score a triple-double every game.

4 comments:

John Donald Carlucci said...

You and your family have my condolences my friend.

John

Cormac Brown said...

Johnny Dollars,

Thank you.

Anna said...

Thanks Cormac, your write-up really summarized my love/hate feelings towards litQuake! I've been enjoying your blog.

.. and condolences as well.

Cormac Brown said...

Anna,

Thank you very much.