Today is the last day of my birthday week. I’m winding down.
Going to clean up Legos off the floor so that the almost one year old that I kidsit for tomorrow doesn’t try to eat them.
I see that doing dishes are in my near future.
It’s another beautiful Winter day; currently it’s 38 degrees F and bright and sunny. Almost feels like early Spring.
Unschooling parents are lazy…
And so what if we are?
Speaking of ‘Unschooling’, if you are looking for nuggets to strew or you are just looking for a new blog with cool things, try over here.
Desecration (remember, there’s roll-over text people)
Also, Thaddeus Russell’s book, A Renegade History of the United States, came up in a Facebook conversation. Open your mind, drop your white progressive liberal pc politics for a minute and read it.
And then, if you still want something else to read, but are looking for something not so serious, try: A Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant, and Vulgar Words: Used At the Present Day in the Streets of London (1860), by John Camden Hotten
And, last but definitely not least, go check out my Dear Other Half‘s Flickr sets.
Went and fetched donuts and danishes while my Dear Other Half cooked breakfast.
Erika, from Green Circle Farm, stopped by to deliver our grocery order. She might come back by later tonight for a couple drinks with us.
I took some pictures of the glorious sunshine outside for you and I to enjoy. So, enjoy!
* Click on the picture for the rest of them in the album.
My week is almost over
Wonder what is waiting around the corner for me?
I went to eat lunch with my friend Rachel and her baby girl, Mabel.
We ate at a new vegan restaurant in Robinson; Loving Hut is the name.
They have their own TV station, Supreme Master TV.
Food is really good, prices are reasonable and atmosphere is interesting.
I highly recommend the fried wontons and pho.
Unfortunately, I spent the rest of the day/evening being ‘emo’ about all the bad/sad juju of last week – everything finally catching up to me (can’t keep up with keeping my I-am-okay-face on or pretending that things aren’t bothering me).
A good xkcd for you.