wait a minute! if that’s my shadow, it can only mean one thing….
the sun’s out!!!!!
my all-alone gym bag, which is full of sweaty workout gear, a damp bathing suit and assorted accessories.
We have borrowed this lion skin from the Harvard MCZ for the summer, as an admittedly tenuous tie-in to the Wizard of Oz exhibit (a not-so-cowardly lion, as it were). The lion itself was named Cliff, and he lived at Franklin Park Zoo before dying of old age. The connection may be lame, but staff is already fascinated with the specimen.
I don’t care what they say, I am not using these things on my teeth.
Saw Ali and Laurie yesterday. We’ve all been friends since 8th grade, and while we don’t get together nearly as often as I wish we could, I still feel so lucky to still have them both in my life.
There was a troupe of Morris dancers at work today, including this young man, who told me it takes “an hour, plus one friend” to get his hair into this style.
I’m pretty sure that doesn’t include the crane, though.
so a few weeks ago I saw this Ted talk, and it looked awesome and I told two of my coworkers about it and they also thought it looked awesome and we all agreed we had to try this so today we finally did and man, was it disappointing.
such is the life of a scientist.
this was the first time I can remember when they just made the blanket statement that every train would be delayed. somewhere between 5 and 30 minutes. mine departed a respectable 20 minutes late.
because who doesn’t love free stuff!
(in the back hallway at work)
This is my mom’s cockatiel, Petey. Or, as she often calls him, Petey-Wetey. He’s a very happy little guy, funny, and I like him.