What I did at work today.
call her green, for the children who’ve made her
Archive for October, 2007
Fog machines make me inordinately happy.
I just realized that during Monadology’s July Power Outage, my blog passed it’s fifth birthday entirely unnoticed. So, happy belated birthday, little blog! Maybe later we can have some cake. (This came to my attention because I accidentally followed the tracker to some comment spam over on Katherine’s blog, and the only actual comment was [...]
The problem with cameras is that I don’t know how to get them to see what I see. I look out the window and I see the mountain etched in blue and white against the paler blue of the sky, and below that the greens and oranges of the trees on the closer hills, the [...]
This seems like a fabulous idea.
Sometimes I really hate people. I’ve been trying not to talk or write about this because it’s not worth my thoughts or my time, but I find it still creeping into the rest of my day and it just pisses me off. There was a man on the bus this morning sitting a few rows [...]
I have solved the problem of Red Shirt eating the last of the pumpkin pie. (I swear, he’s eaten three pies over the last five days. It’s a good thing pumpkin is on sale.) I took the remains to work with me today. It was going to be for my lunch today and tomorrow, but [...]
Rudolf Nureyev on the Muppet Show is the best thing ever.
So, in order to counteract the monkey problem, we’ll train larger, fiercer monkeys to attack the current monkeys? Brilliant.
I was compulsively checking the tracker (as I’m prone to do) and I was about to call myself comment-hungry when I realized that I was just regular-hungry, so I’m going to go make myself some breakfast. Carry on amoungst yourselves.