When we got home today, there was a caterpillar on the front door frame. We looked at it for a minute and each took a turn touching him gently (“no smoosh him!”). Then we went inside and I was describing … Continue reading
I was going to type something awesome, but I forgot what. So I gave my head a break from work long enough to make you this picture. In case any Sci-Fi publishers from the 70s time travel to ask you … Continue reading
Below are a few pictures we’ve taken during the month of March in prior years. In 2008, we celebrated easter at a zoo and at a church. (In a sort of variation on Pascal’s wager, we were hedging our bets. … Continue reading
According to m-w.com, “exiguous” means “excessively scanty”. Neat.
I was catching up on Mad Men a couple of weeks ago, and they played this really horrifying song over the end credits of an episode: Lollipops and Roses (Words and Music by Tony Velona, 1962) Tell her you care, … Continue reading
After being awakened by Daisy, and unable to return to sleep, I read two articles by Kathryn Joyce, author of “Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement“. (Via) The first, “The Purpose-Driven Wife” at Mother Jones, describes at arm’s length the … Continue reading
We went to the natural history museum.
In the first part, the camera’s display is turned around to face Sg and me. For the second part, it may be helpful to know that we’re still working on helping Sg understand that we don’t feed the doggies from … Continue reading
Here are some things I’ve been meaning to share: Totally Looks Like… First up, the uncanny resemblance between Sconeborough’s Fat Jack: And our own fat Jack (and note how the cartoon captures him right down to the one-eyed thing): Safety … Continue reading