The problem, as always, is finding a suitable quote to go inside of one’s Christmas cards. I always want ones that are too long, or too political, or if I find one that’s appropriate, it doesn’t match the art that I’ve already done. I got stamps of trees and stars, and all I can find [...]
call her green, for the children who’ve made her
Archive for November, 2008
I decided not to do NaNo this year. There were other things I needed to do more, like finish a sewing project for someone who was actually paying me, and cover the apartment with my photos. I spend so much time at a computer anyways, between work and screwing around on the internet, that I [...]
When we moved into our apartment, a year ago Halloween, one of our housewarming presents was a huge box of kitchen trash bags. I just put the last of them in the bin. I guess we’re warm now.
I think I might have to reread The Case of Einstein’s Violin (by William L Sullivan) to really make up my mind about it. The basic plot involves our heroine, Ana, discovering that her supposedly dead father is actually living in a monastery in Greece, so she sells off a lot of stuff from her [...]
David Tennant keeps getting cooler and cooler, or, Yorick was a pianist.
I think they should have Brent Spiner as their acting coach.
Squee!!! Prose just had a baby! His name is Pyrrian Drakus Cassells and he is apparently 21 inches long and weighs 7 lbs and 1 oz, and from the little cell phone picture I’d say he has the cutest little monkey face I’ve ever seen, and such dark hair! He’s got a full head of [...]
I am holding my hair up today with a plastic spoon. So far, no one has said anything about it.
Between “Fat Bottomed Girls” and “Higher Love” it has been a very good, if slightly dated, day for music.
A couple months ago I switched my prescription over from the Hawthorne Fred Meyer’s to the Hollywood branch, because even though Hawthorne is my traditional store, Hollywood is technically slightly closer to where I live these days. I’m thinking of switching back though. The guys who work at the Hawthorne pharmacy are always very friendly [...]