October 25, 2007

Our fans. Watch them multiply.

Mike @ 11:31 am   |  Comments (5)
Filed under: Interior Design

When my old phone died I lost all the numbers that were programmed and my new one only stores the last 10 calls/texts (because it’s not an iphone of course)…so, no way to reach you this afternoon. Believe it or not you number is not even anywhere in my files at work (I looked). Delia, my ace ex-assistant, never quite got around to the data base she was hired to build. So in an effort to reach you I quickly Googled ”Mike Hodgson Boston” thinking, oh, I don’t know, maybe your number is published on Google…you never know, and I hate not doing what I say I’m going to do.

Anyway, in case you were wondering, your number is not on Google, but my search was not in vain! That’s right; I stumbled across a little site called “the geek center of excellence”. At first I felt like a peeping tom, a cyber voyeur…or like I was crashing a party I hadn’t been invited to, but I got over it and read a couple of entries. Now that I’ve read your profile and I now know about this site and I decorated your house, the layers of the onion are starting to make sense — I think you are now, officially, the coolest person I know (and a cool geek with good taste, well that’s just plain rare!).



Is this from your interior designer?

Comment by Allen — October 25, 2007 @ 12:04 pm


Yeppers. Cute huh?

Comment by Mike — October 25, 2007 @ 12:11 pm


Her store is on the cover of the NYT home section today.

Comment by Mike — October 25, 2007 @ 12:12 pm


Nice! Good for her.

Side note: I googled “Mike Hodgson Boston” and apparently, you operate tours of old English battlefields.

Comment by Allen — October 25, 2007 @ 12:36 pm


I also write camping books.

Comment by Mike — October 25, 2007 @ 1:31 pm


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