Tuesday, March 04, 2008

'We are still BFF'

I was working online, and found this blog too cute not to share--
We are still BFF, which contains words of wisdom on Sharpie graveyards. Have a look. :)

Found via another blog definitely worth looking into, Gloria in Africa.

Saturday, October 27, 2007

lyric places

"And the sun will set for you,
Sometimes goodbye is the only way
The sun will set for you.

And the shadow of the day,
Will embrace the world in grey,
And the sun will set for you.
And the sun will set for you."

Sitting in the evening gray last night, I listened to this song. It's a new one for me, by Linkin Park; really beautiful. It seems like it's been a while since I've heard new music to fall in love with, but it's about time, maybe. :) The whole lyrics can be found here, or other lyric places, but better to go hear it; the music is as beautiful as the words.


The day has a bright, washed-clean feeling. Cool air, bright sunshine off fuzzy-edged trees. The bright, high green of pine. Shadows and sunshine running side-by-side in crazy up-along-and-down-again designs, like sherbert in ice cream.

I love this weather.

Feature Fun

I was very glad to see this new feature when I logged into Blogger today. I have been wanting a way to keep up with comment conversations for a while and this saves me trying to figure out some alternative to paste into my template, as I had toyed with doing, but would have to have more time to find. Yay for technology. :)

Monday, October 08, 2007

Fun With Word Verification

I have been toying with the idea of setting up a post for a game with word verifications, so I'll leave a link to this post in the sidebar and see if either two of you are entertained by it as much as I am.

Basically, when you go to post a comment, put whatever word mumbo jumbo comes up in your post and make up a definition for it. Full points for not having to change the spelling of the word to fit your definition. ...Actually, I think new spellings should probably have a special category for creativity and running with an idea. But like they say on Whose Line, the points don't matter anyway; they're like powerful geese in the park that can break a man's arm with one of their wings...being chased by a four-year-old girl..