Today, technically, is 19 January 2008. Thanks to the fine record keeping of a friend, I can now read a letter I wrote on 15 January, 1993. I am not going to reproduce the note, but I came across several things that I'll put into the form of factual statements. * I was mixing my own custom ink colors for the pen I was using. * I hand-wrote the letter using printing since I really liked to write in "print." * My handwriting style adopted several characters that my Spanish teacher used. Especially, lowercase "y" and "a." * I had been shopping at a music store in Westlake, OH, called My Generation. I purchased a DG Archiv recording of Goebel performing Bach's sonatas for violin and harpsichord. I would re-purchased this set again, in this decade, when I picked up Musica Antiqua Köln's 10-CD collection of the Brandenburgs and "Kammermusik" of Bach. * I ate at Wendy's by myself for lunch. * I went to some store called LDI which sold electronics. I don't remember this store today. * I had just recently received a bootleg copy of Adobe Photoshop 2.0. * I had expressed interest in purchasing speakers for my synthesizer. I wouldn't get anything close to this until I graduated college in 1996. * I note my grandmother set the table for dinner at 4:30 PM. We dined at 6:45 PM. * I report that the concertmaster for the English Concert is now Monica Huggett; Simon Standage has left. This evidently was a temporary move; so slow did news of these ensembles carry into the U.S. Standage had formed his own ensemble in 1990 (Collegium Musicium 90). * I detail reading a book entitled Imposters in the Temple about college professors. * I claim I'd like the benefits outlined in the book, and would like to become a college professor. My friend I was writing today is a college professor. * I say I want my face on CD and book covers. Today, I've done both (albeit, my face was not on the cover of the book, but inside). * I ask my friend and his roommate to listen to the music of Antonio Vivaldi. I write the composer's name in cursive, similarly to the way the composer signed his own name.