hello monkeys

wekends huh. drinking too much. emotional too. my dear annie has a beautiful baby boy, clever thing. and hoops is back in town so i am a happy girl. but too much celebrating makes dellie a grumpy tired girl. saturday i scowled around the house. don took to calling me crazy eyes stewart cause i kept frowning at him. i played the drums loud and rowdy and sang songs about dying starved dead from no pies... sure hit. shit.

saw some good aussie hip hop. but was so tired I lay with my head in kates lap and she told me a story about a little bright apple named dell. on a tree, who was hungry for adventure and dreaming of a big apple somewhere... dreaming of adventure and the big apple. damn i love this girl.

we had lovely park picnics. saw some more rock n roll. danced obnoxously to a band i didn't like just cause they bored me. danced outlandishly to a band i love. celebrated a beautiful ladies birthday and a handsome boys aswell. went to a gangland bar on sydney road. and today i was cheered by the sight of a week old baby boy who is HANDSOME. and i love him. yep. babys have magical powers. they make you lave them. and you can watch them like tv. i'm sold on this new boy. my new best friend. ok bye.


rhymes with pony said...

"watched some good aussie hip-hop", something wrong with this sentence...

rhymes with pony said...

...sorry, why have i got to be such a playa hater

rhymes with pony said...

get a job

Curatorial Assistant The Museum of Contemporary Art is one Australia’s leading contemporary art museums and is located at Circular Quay West, The Rocks, Sydney. The MCA has an exciting and challenging role for a Curatorial Assistant to join our Artistic Programmes team. Reporting to the Senior Curator, the Curatorial Assistant will partner the curator with the administration of the MCA’s Exhibition projects, from the early development and planning stage to the implementation and conclusion of allocated exhibitions and related projects. The position is a crucial point of contact working closely with all departments including Exhibitions, Registration, Education, Marketing and Sponsorship. You are also the key contact for departmental enquires. Responsibilities will include organizing various meetings, distributing minutes, updating project budgets and assisting with fund-raising applications and acquittal reports. Exhibition project tasks include sourcing/captioning images, assisting with catalogue production, and sourcing and preparing artists biographies, compiling artist packs and general administrative tasks. This position will also look after specific needs of the artists ie, coordinating artists travel and accommodation needs, updating install schedules including artists arrival/departure dates and any other significant information that impacts on installation processes. The position works closely with the curator at all stages of the exhibition process and its print materials, and provides back up where required. The successful candidate will have tertiary qualifications in Fine Art/Visual Art or Museum studies, proven research skills, excellent organisational skills and the ability to work to tight deadlines within a team environment. Outstanding communication skills are also essential. Demonstrated experience regarding print production procedures and catalogue production is also required. Your advanced skills in computer programs using Word, Exel, Database Management systems and power-point are essential to the role. You will be a team player with a “can do” attitude and flexible work ethic. . For a position description please visit the news section of www.mca.com.au Please send application and CV, including names and telephone numbers of two referees to Human Resources Manager, Museum of Contemporary Art, PO Box R1286, Royal Exchange, NSW, 1223 or email positionsvacant@mca.com.au Applications close 25 November 2005. Faxed applications not accepted. The MCA is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity.

hell said...

ok ronan on the player hater thing, when i got home from nz i was happy as happy just ot hear some australian accents. they can and most often are terrible.
but then sometimes i love them and they make me smile & laugh... it's a family thing. you should know about that brother three.

i get what your saying. get a job dell.