National Geographic

It’s very rare for me to pick up a magazine outside of a doctor’s office.  I’m just not a magazine person.  But this caught my eye.  I’ve always been an animal behaviorist, specifically wondering what animals think, and why they do what they do.  This special issue is about just that.


Anyone remember this poem (besides my mother, who agrees with it wholeheartedly, I’m sure)
“There was a little girl
Who had a little curl
Right in the middle of her forehead.

And when she was good
She was very very good.
And when she was bad
She was horrid.”


Conversation before bed tonight:

Doug:  If you think of it tomorrow, can you put these in the sun to charge?
Me:  I won’t think of it.  Leave me a note.
Doug:  IF you think of it…
Me:  I won’t.  Just leave a note.
Doug:  Here, I’ll put it on your phone.
Me:  Then I’ll wonder “Why the hell did Doug put this on my phone?”
Doug:  I’m going to bed.

This is what I saw when I walked through the kitchen 10 minutes later.


I was grabbing some cherries to put in my lunch, and this little red one spilled out.  The one behind it is a normal size cherry.  I did not eat the little one; I imagine it would not have tasted good.