That’s what it’s called here in New England, folks.
The hermit crabs’ tank needs to be kept pretty humid–between 75-85%–but sometimes it gets a little too damp in there, and the front of the tank gets all sweaty and you can’t see through it.
There’s an atrium in the center of St Vincent’s hospital; it looks like a shopping mall. It’s quite nice if you have to wait around. It’s got a skylight, lots of nice wooden seating, a shop, a little pizza/pasta counter and an entire wall of waterfalls.
The theme of the week, for no particular reason, is water.
This is the vending machine at my gym. I wonder, if they got rid of it, would more people suddenly bring their own bottles? On the other hand, I wonder if most people do have their own bottles, and only buy if they forget…
This is Mr Bear. He has been with me for about 20 years now, and he’s absorbed a lot of tears and a lot of hugs. Except for a bit of wear on his nose, I’d say he still looks pretty darn good.
We had a Bad Movie Night tonight that conflicted with Earth Hour from 8:30-9:30. So we did our own Earth Hour between movies, during dinner. The candlelight reflecting off the beer bottles is particularly lovely.
Doug and I are both so laid back about such things, we both forgot to mention it to each other this morning. I completely forgot until I had to write the date on a form at work today. But we did decide to go out for a tasty dinner, so that was good 🙂
this pair of turtle sculptures, named after the Gemini twins, made me laugh. Why? Two of the turtles at work are also named Castor and Pollux.
I do a program at work where the kids design “roller coasters” for marbles to zoom down. I warn them to keep track of them all, since I need them for other classes for the rest of the year. But really, I have a stash of backup marbles. Shhhh, it’s a secret!
was it just yesterday I said something about spring? ah well…such is life in New England.