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Where my husband was last night

June 9th, 2004 · 2 Comments

at a Geek Husbands Retreat ha, ha, ha

No, actually he is working this week at the OSAF office in San Francisco. I didn’t think he had plans for dinner on Monday night. But when I called him so the girls could say good night, I heard noise in the background. It was obvious that he was out somewhere with someone…whom he described as a “fan” of my blog.

Now I was surprised again. Who was this mysterious fan of mine accompanying my husband to dinner? Stuart Parmenter, a blogger and also Ted’s co-worker at OSAF, where they had made last minute plans to get dinner together.

I had been to Stuart’s blog via a ping, but I didn’t realize his “Pavlov” identity. I saw that Ted was listed as once of his “friends” and I thought I should ask my husband about it, but it somehow slipped my mind..Sorry!

Hi Stuart! Thanks for hanging out with my husband and keeping him from getting too lonely :). I hope to meet you someday soon…I had been wondering whether someone at OSAF was reading my blog…and now I know…hmmm…;)

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  • 1 Stuart Parmenter // Jun 9, 2004 at 12:52 pm

    Hi Julie! Love your blog! Ted and I had a great dinner and didn’t leave till nearly 11pm. Dinner was a very last minute “Hey Ted, you want to go to dinner?” “Sure! Lets go.” kinda thing.

  • 2 Ted Leung on the air // Jun 11, 2004 at 11:35 pm

    Back in town

    I’m back from my trip to OSAF, which was super packed. I had some great spontaneous activities — a four hour dinner with Stuart Parmenter (as Julie has already chronicled), and a few really helpful discussions with Mimi Yin, our user interface desig