Work still eludes me. I joined the bcmacjobs mailing list, so hopefully I won't have to wait long before a job or two comes across.
You know life sucks when the "overqualified" word comes out. I fscking hate that.
Spending a lot more time in Objective C land recently. Now that I'm getting the hang of it, it doesn't seem so bad. I think it's the similarities to Smalltalk that make it fun to work with. With some luck, I'll find a company that will see my knowledge of lesser-used programming languages as a benefit, as opposed to me "wasting my time", as it was rather un-eloquently put to me recently.
Had a party recently -- approximately the first I've ever hosted. Between the great conversations, fun folks, nude people in the bathtub, great snacks, and cuddle'n'converse session with T, C, E, and L (who was pretty much wrapped up in C) at the end of the night, it was much fun. It's always amusing when there's a game of truth or dare going on, and the youngest person in the room is in their mid-twenties. :)