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Sep 6, 2008
The photo set her eyes right off, but they look just like a pomegranate seed if not for the flash.
Just before setting her free again (and safe from my cat who is very mad at me for setting her go, by the way) I gave her a little goose and she spread her wings out so you can see those brilliant pink markings on her sides.
Mar 25, 2008
heh. Probably not.
I want to learn to play Flamenco Guitar. Make new friends. Learn to dance a Jig. Belly dancing lessons. Get my artwork in a gallery. Paint more. Learn Japanese. Learn Spanish. Start working on going back to school. Find out what I want to be when I grow up. Consider living in another state some day. Pay off my credit cards. Get a personal trainer. Don't be afraid to lose myself. Take motorcycle riding lessons. Pay off the car. Buy a Suzuki Burgman 400. Tattoo the tops of my feet. Go on a road trip. Play more piano. Teach my cat to walk on a leash. Illustrate a book. Buy that plane ticket to Germany. Keep my car clean. Cook dinner. Keep the house clean. Read. Learn to juggle. Learn the harmonica. Take massage lessons. Open up more. Get henna from the hippy store and draw on myself. Repierce my ear. Do a barrel roll. Find new music. Find a song so beautiful that it makes me cry. Make a Cowboy Bebob or Trigun quilt. Sew my own clothes. Get back into sculpture. Travel more. Go camping. Go fishing. Ride a bike. Get a bike. Develop a regular sleep schedule. More cowbell.
Dec 30, 2007
You know you want to see them.
Now you know when they are.
Date of Peak
Get your pen ready! You should be writing these down.
January 4, morning
Crescent, rises 4-5 a.m.
( http://meteorshowersonline.com/quadrantids.html )
night of April 21/22
May 5, morning/evening
August 12, morning
Sets around 2 a.m.
October 21, morning
Rises around 1 a.m.
November 17, morning
Rises late evening
December 13, evening
Below is some copy/paste for your reading pleasure.
The next meteor shower is the Quadrantids on January 4, 2008.
The shower is named for the extinct constellation Quadrans Muralis, which honored an astronomical instrument. The constellation was between Boötes and Hercules.
This obscure shower produces some of the fastest meteors, and can put on superb displays at times. But it doesn’t last long, and it occurs during the dead of winter, so it’s not very popular. This year is fairly good because the Moon is a thin crescent in the pre-dawn sky.
Now you know when they are!
Mark the dates and get out there.
Dec 9, 2007
I'm super excited.
Here is a piccy of the final result. Just 15 more to go.
Dec 9, 2007
Mar 19, 2007
However, there is one small part that was so nice, I have no choice but to post it. I hope you enjoy this snippet.
While I feared her critical stare,
I didn�t realize the cost,
By saving myself an awkward moment
A relationship was lost
Mar 16, 2007
The most satisying piece of furniture that I had the pleasure of breaking down to easily fit into a dumpster was a green chest of drawers.
I swung the hammer, and it went CLEAN through the top, and down three drawers. The sides fell completely to the ground, and it made a fantastic sound.
I was really excited about this and set to smashing everything in sight.
At the end of it, my arms felt like jello and I had to eventually surrender control of the hammer. For about an hour after I could barely lift a water.
My arms were sore for about 3 days after all of this, and I have to tell you.
I would do it again in an instant. I found myself wondering the other day what sort of things I had around my house that are perhaps in need of being destroyed with a hammer.
Now I'm fairly certain this is not one of my more rational thoughts. But it did, for a time, make me smile.
I think that the world would be a better place if everyone got a chance to spend a weekend swinging a sledge hammer.
In non-hammer related news, I am still at coffee.
People are packing up and leaving, and I'm stubbornly waiting until the shop closes.
Thanks for listening to me ramble.
Mar 16, 2007
I am here so frequently, I might as well only leave for work and real food.
We're trying to figure out how to get eight of us from Tucson to San Diego for Comicon.
WHOOOOO! *trembles with excitement*
It started off with renting a second car. This turned into renting a passenger van. This morphed into taking a motorhome.
One thing led to another and we briefly conteplated going to Mexico, renting a boat, and sailing to California because we are all going dressed as pirates.
Right now, we are looking at vacation packages that inlude airfare, hotel and rental cars. This one is looking the most promising.
Although, we have now decided that sometime- we all need to go to Mexico dressed like pirates and live on a boat for a week.
For a completely unrelated picture, this is what I see most frequently. In fact, I am looking at it now.
I love you coffee.
What would I do without you?
Mar 15, 2007
Fortunately for me I possess opposable thumbs. I am unstoppable!
This was the cardboard from the back of a note pad.
Plus, highlighers, pens, and red marker.
Mar 14, 2007
Okay, so I have been answering questions. Just now I got this message, and it is not correct. I think I have skipped maybe 10 questions total. O.o I wonder how they figure I have answered or skipped them.
I'm actually a bit annoyed with this. I was quite enjoying answering questions.
I think what annoys me the most is there is no way to look at the questions that you skipped or attempt to answer them.
If I did in fact skip over half of the questions, I must have been entirely asleep. Which while passible, is unlikely.
I want to take more quizzes.