Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Saturday, February 24, 2007
Last weekend we drove out to a used book store that my mother loves - an old brick school house, it was at one time - and Maddy showed me around.
Linnea ended up borrowing the book mom bought for me. I love browsing with mom! We all had a great time.
Friday, February 16, 2007
Thursday, February 15, 2007
It was a great show. Thurston was funny, Lee was awesome and the band rocked. Mark from Pavement joined Kim on bass for most songs and she fronted a bunch of tunes.
Today, we came home from the store and were talking about plurals as we took off our boots and put away the groceries. As we climbed up to the counter for a snack, she exclaimed, "I have two feet, MaDaddy and ...we got groceries from the store."
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Monday, February 12, 2007
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Forest Fruit tea... Douwe Egberts is a Dutch tea trading company of olde, and they produce Pickwick's brand tea, as well as Drum tobbacco and Senseo coffee makers. I rolled a drum once, but I'm not very good at it and ended up eating most of it. "Ah, the flavor..." This tea is no doubt better tasting. My friend's mother had an empty box in her pantry. Pretty box, and complete with coupon for DE store shopping delights.
Friday, February 09, 2007
Thursday, February 08, 2007
Much news has come across the web to me today, and I gotta say, I'm overwhelmed. I've had thoughts about feeds for 6 months, and great ideas coming on strong over the last oh, 5.98 months.
This shirt about sums it all up. http://www.threadless.com/product/543/This_is_not_a_Pipe
I don't have enough money to buy that shirt, not that green is really my color anyway. I hope my idea will change the way people do things, the way they communicate.
I hope Erin is doing alright as well. These are the happiest times really. Happiest of times.
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
People tag the things they own or would really like to own...like things on a wishlist.
Tim at Librarything.com recently noted that thingamabrarians contributed over 13 million tags on just over 10 million books. (Congratulations Librarything!) Users classified books into tight genres. Users did that all for themselves, but we get to benefit. Can't get enough Chick Lit? Get more via Librarything's Chick Lit tagged list.
This is something special.
I predict there will be something equally special appearing on the horizon very soon.
Monday, February 05, 2007
When I saw this I thought of those things.
Woods Hole, Mass.
Captain Kidd saloon
Saturday, February 03, 2007
Thursday, February 01, 2007
Maybe OpenID is more than a proper solution. Smart folks should think about this. I'm not that smart and my blogs don't get many comments. I think I've had four comments ever, from people I've never met, and two of them were spam. If comment spam was as bad as my work email, I'd probably pay a fee to make it go away...so perhaps there is an economy there after all.