I drive past Beverly Hills High on my way home from work every day. Looked like they were getting all set up for graduation this evening. A bunch of folding chairs were set up on the lawn behind the school. And the few kids I saw running around wearing caps 'n gowns were a good tip off, too.
I gotta tell ya, Beverly Hills High was a bit of a disappointment the first time I saw it. I mean, c'mon, it's Beverly Hills, for cryin' out loud. Millard North is nicer-looking than this school, though not as big. I guess a public school is a public school anywhere you go.
The guy I work with won tickets to see Sage Francis at the Henry Fonda theatre tomorrow night, so we're gonna hit that after work. It'll be good to unwind and relax after a week of staring at a computer screen for eight hours every day.
I spent about half the day today putting together image files for a trade paperback catalog for Boom!'s Fall releases. I went through about 12 comics' digital files and pulled out two to three pages of each comic that, hopefully, illustrate (no pun intended) what each book is about. Then I had to combine them into a big .pdf file.
That's about all I know for now. I think I'll get a bit more of Chabon's new book read. And maybe make some dinner. Dinner would probably be good. I was so wrapped up in getting that TPB catalog put together that I sort of neglected lunch. Luckily, last night, Sarah and I went to the grocery store and I picked up a couple bags of dried cherries and Red Vines. Now that's good eatin'.