Good use of puzzles. Complex decisions best left to your unconscious, study finds http://www.world-science.net/othernews/060216_unconscfrm.htm
Today I was at an all-day focus group. I guess I’m not supposed to say what it was about. But I got free foods, earned $150, met some nice people, and used “proximal cause” in a sentence. In a nutshell, I was analyzing arguments all day, which is not a bad way to spend a… Read More »
My parents’ dog, the most beautiful three-legged pit bull I’ve ever known.
Erik has anxiety problems to the point where he starts shaking if he has to use the phone. He has almost no social needs. In fact, he could go days without speaking to anyone, no problem. He needs me, he needs his dad, and he likes our friends but seems to have no need to… Read More »
Erik took a picture of the plum blossoms for me.
I made some scones–the recipe was called Brown Bread Scones. They were definitely good, but not the best. One problem was that the recipe called for unsalted butter. We only had salted butter. So we used that and decided to compensate by not adding the salt into the recipe as called for–big mistake! They were… Read More »
The plum tree in the middle of the apartment complex courtyard has bloomed. It’s very rainy here, and I like it. We’ve instituted a new policy in response to Erik’s blatant disregard for the need to close cabinets after opening them. Any time I find a cabinet open and close it, he owes me one… Read More »
I’ve been on my period for three months. Erik said, “That must be draining.” I’m sick of it and know why it’s happening. But I’m going to the doctor if it’s not done in… one more month. You hear that, uterus? We went for a walk before it started to rain in earnest, the route… Read More »
I got what I wanted. My eggplant moju, cauliflower and cashew, mushroom soya, dal, brown rice, papadam, paan, and carrot salad garnish could not have been better. In Big Basin, we went for a long, slow walk and saw many kinds of mushrooms, including brown, yellow, and red cap with a white stalk. It was… Read More »
Long bath, pizza, laundry. A day of recuperation and chats, two waves of dishes, getting lost and laughing. Tomorrow: Santa Cruz, vegan Sri Lankan food, and a long fire with hopefully no mosquitoes because they’re hopefully all dead.