Yesterday we went birding at Vic Fazio. I was on the phone most of the time, actually. But it was great to be out and see the butterflies and everything. The ceiling of the portapotty had tons of yellowjackets all over it, I noticed halfway through my bathroom process. Some dead ones were on the… Read More »
Yesterday we went birding at Consumnes. We saw sandhill cranes and kingfishers. Those alone would be enough to make my day. But we saw black-necked stilts too. And lots more. Then we had lunch at Loving Hut in Elk Grove. The food was okay. It’s an entirely vegan restaurant, which is awesome. We had cheesecake,… Read More »
“It’s like olives for you, and eventually you’ll love Jimi.”
I want to blog this for your viewing pleasure but also because Erik wants to be able to rightclick on it and set it as his desktop.
This is the latest from Sage, and I loved it. We get to accompany her and her family on a cross country move. They visit a grave, a cave, and the original Pony Express station. Sage falls in love with Nebraska, gains a thimble, and loses part of a tooth. I read this in one… Read More »
I really wanted a pale blue cotton shower curtain. But they didn’t have that at Target. I ended up with a dark beige polyester shower curtain. Erik’s doing yoga and we’re listening to Jimi Hendrix. That is all.
“If I was friends with Of Montreal, I would be afraid of them corrupting me.”
I forgot to say that there was an earthquake yesterday while we were at the museum. The building shook for just a couple seconds. A woman was sitting there drawing in a sketchbook. “That was lovely,” she said.
Yesterday we bought molasses at Berkeley Bowl after weeks and weeks of being out. So now our oatmeal is extra-tasty.
Someone on freecycle was asking for olives to cure, and they said they wanted thumb-sized olives. Someone moved the other apartment complex’s dumpster in front of their parking lot’s gate.