Here's a full set of photos from the party.
Steve rocks a microphone and Melissa laughs.
Another old Astroman photo from a show in Pittsburgh. I should have a new batch of photos processed by this weekend, so hopefully I'll be able to stop digging through the archives for material.
Here's a couple more old Astroman photos I posted awhile ago, in case you never saw them.
Since I've been feeling strong enough to carry my camera bag again, I have been shooting new photos over the past few weeks. But it'll still be a little while until I process the new stuff and get it up. In the meantime, here's an old photo of Man...Or Astroman? circa 1996.
Two things that brightened up my day:
1. Snakes on a Plane, which may be the best title for a movie, ever. Just like this guy, all I could do after finding out about the movie was just say "Snakes on a Plane!" to myself over and over. If you see me smiling for no reason over the next couple of weeks, it's probably because I'm thinking "Snakes on a Plane!"
2. Gospel mimes. Who knew?
I'm not sure if that's what he was saying, but it looks like it.
I've got 118 degrees of knee flexion now. Apparently, normal flexion is around 135 degrees depending on the person.
I'm not sure how long it will be until I'm allowed to go rockclimbing again, but I'm sure it won't be for awhile.
I'll resume posting new photos eventually. I'm feeling well enough to lug around my camera bag again, so I imagine I'll get back into the swing of things over the next couple of weeks.
In the meantime, I'll probably plunder the archives for some ancient photos. This one is from my freshman year of college at Carnegie Mellon. Gray Matter was a common area in Skibo, which was the Student Union at the time. Skibo was torn down in the summer of 1994 after my freshman year was over and replaced by the University Center, which opened my senior year.
This afternoon I went in for my first rehab session. While I am doing very well, it became very apparent after doing some flexion and extension excercises that I still have a ways to go.