True Love Totally worksafe. For most workplaces, I think.
Realistic Time Machine? The laws of physics seem to allow time travel, but no one has had much hope of building an actual time machine because it would take such exotic conditions and materials. Now, physicist Amos Ori of the Technion Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa has come up with a potentially more practical […]
Finally! We got the dance photos in the mail today. The DVD of the recital isn’t here yet. Pout.
At the Children’s Violin Concert –Susan Cataldo From drenched: Selected Poems of Susan Cataldo Firmly bowed strands of horse hair tightened or gathered up by a small hand to play a piece by J.S. Bach who drank 36 cups of coffee every day. I like him because he was inspired by his belief in God & he played the […]
I haven’t been posting a lot of personal stuff lately, largely hoping to avoid whinging too much about pain and such. I saw the new pain doc today, though, and I really like this practice much better than the first one. The doctor actually did an exam! (I did have to giggle when he asked if […]
Funktionslust My thanks to ladytabitha for leading me (indirectly) to it.
I have the whole first season of Wonder Woman. I love my library! I need to contact Bryan, as this really makes me think of him.
misia, aka Hanne Blank, is featured answering Big Fat Blog’s “Three Quick Questions” this week. How did you come to fat acceptance and fat rights? I’m fat, smart, opinionated, and politically active, and have been all these things since I was a teenager. I don’t take well to being silenced or told that my ideas […]
Excerpt from a letter to my pain management doc’s office: On each of my last three visits to your office, your receptionist has informed me that my insurance was “invalid.” On each occasion, I explained, again, that I am a dependent on the policy. That isn’t an unusual situation, and I haven’t seen the same […]