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2017-04-04 10:30 pm


Testing, One two, jelly in my shoe....
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2016-01-20 08:23 pm


42 lbs of bread.... it must be the answer to life!
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2015-09-07 09:39 am

The inventor of Rock and Roll

Dang!!! This woman was HOT!  Sister Rosetta Tharp folks:
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2015-07-11 12:26 pm

Karl on his way to Fair

Charmingly Wierd... yup! Clever man put the QR codes for his books on his shirt.

hrothgar1: (real me)
2015-06-23 11:41 pm


It is beyond clear that bed time was over an hour ago....
hrothgar1: (silly bread)
2015-05-01 08:11 am

Don't look at this tumbler and try to drink tea!!

How have I been missing this all this time!? How has no one told me about this?!?
hrothgar1: (real me)
2015-03-01 08:21 am

Uh Oh...

I have just discovered the Adafruit website.
All is lost!
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2015-01-15 08:43 am
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Wild black boar on a spit
Partial ball of the used tape from putting up the windows
Floor cloth looks SO REAL after being used all weekend!!
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2013-03-09 11:12 pm
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I went to the memorial for Gil Harrison today. He is likely the artist I admired most in my life, and I appreciate that his medium is one that could outlive us all as I am feeling the transient nature of life rather keenly today.

You can't tell the scale here. It's a little over waist high.

These are this on the porch. Goodness knows if they always lived there, but they are great pieces!





Bones of his Earth
The land he lived on was very important to Gil, and I found this under a tree, like he had added bones of his own making to his earth.

Under the porch table

His shop. NO idea how to get to the top part, if you even can!
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2008-02-24 12:26 pm

The halls

Welcome to the Halls of the Nudibranch
Where furry bagels, one per cushion
Pin down hapless humans
Laid low by foul virus

Welcome to the halls of the Nudibranch
The wet sounds of attempted breath
And explosive noise of sneezing
The only sounds

Welcome to the Halls of the Nudibranch
Where spiky cats
Run from Monkey coughing
Explosions unauthorized!

Welcome to the Halls of the Nudibranch
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Next week.
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2008-02-11 05:37 pm

Oooooh yeah! (Done for the Cat)

My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is:
His Excellency Hrothgar the Vehement of Hopton Goosnargh
Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title
hrothgar1: (baseball widow)
2008-02-10 09:47 pm

Good day in Ptld

I'll start with yesterday. We had some nice visigoths (contractors) in to repair the grout in the bathroom before we lose the subfloor again, and add the tile to the toilet area in the upstairs bathroom. One of my co-workers has a tile laying out of work husband, They work cheep!

The cats regard visigoths as not even optional, and the sound of grout being removed for 5 hours? Cats, what cats?

Today Karl stayed home with the visigoths, who seem to have replaced the 4 tiles that needed it on the floor and done the grout downstairs, and cleaned quite well. Upstairs is dry and ready for tile. This means that for now we have to use just the one bathroom, and not walk on the new tile! but it looks SO much better! I'm looking forward to the upstairs! Cant' afford this, but can't afford to replace subfloor either... so...this is cheaper. I keep repeating that to myself! Also- no more trying to scrub cracked grout! Also- new grout is cordovan! Yay! no more white grout on the floor! Take THAT cat hair drifts!

Erika and I headed up to Ptld. We went to Mill ends for many things, and got none of them. They can't get rug wool right now, and the woolen mill is closed on Sundays. They had some linen in the colour Josh needs, but it was kinda loose weave for the purpose. they had no black twill tape in one inch. Orange, yellow.... Grian- they have LOTS of what you want, in the 12-20 buck a yard area, but they have like 20 types of em, so.... also might be cheaper online. I think I have what you want for your bodice upstairs. Price is right anyhoo!

Then we went to Curate Shakespeare, As You Like It, at the Lakewood theater. (free tickets rock!) it was HYSTERICALLY funny! Clever script, and good acting. Very fun!

Home now and doing my daily romp through job sites. I'm thinking of moving into HR. hmmm...