Whole-grain sidereal

I’ve been a busy little bee in a busy little hive.  Our kittens are 3 days shy of 5 months old, growing like weeds, but somehow they’ve preserved every ounce of cuteness they had as tiny kittens during this growth. I’m back in school for the summer, after being on a short break between terms … More Whole-grain sidereal

‘Who says we don’t have variety in the living room?’

There’s a bit of background to this.  In my truck, I never listen to the radio.  Instead, I picked up an old-school iPod Classic with 120 GB of storage capacity (they’d prefer we forget those good old days) and connected it to a multimedia-ready aftermarket stereo.  I learned that if you load up about 5200 … More ‘Who says we don’t have variety in the living room?’

Diary of a Sunday (aka random-ass thoughts) ~ 05-20-2018

Hmmm… WordPress wants me to “share my story here“.  WordPress should probably be careful what it asks for (lol). My only real story at the moment is that it has rained (a thunderstorm that actually spared our power supply!), which means that the temperature has dropped a good few degrees in the last hour, and … More Diary of a Sunday (aka random-ass thoughts) ~ 05-20-2018

It’s easier to ask forgiveness than permission 

Ah, it feels good to have those 3 acupuncture needles out of my back.  Don’t get me wrong, acupuncture is not supposed to hurt at all (save for a millisecond of mild discomfort I can only describe as “bone-like”), but really, it’s not a dealbreaker in the slightest. My body does weird shizz, though.  First, … More It’s easier to ask forgiveness than permission 

Notes from the Taiga

I was going to say “notes from Lake Wobegon”, but in light of recent events surrounding Garrison Keillor… I decided not to. Besides, “taiga” fits. Local weather people hooted and hollered about “warm-ups” to -6 degrees and “heat waves” of anything above zero. Don’t get too excited yet–windchills are still well into the negative numbers, … More Notes from the Taiga