Rachel threw a “Rainbow Party” to celebrate the Supreme Court’s decision on Friday. Check out that beautiful cake that Doug and Rachel made. Also, Doug is wearing a tutu.
It’s a kohlrabi spider! Wearing a jaunty little hat!
At a meeting today, my coworker discovered that you can spin Hershey kisses like a top. My meetings are sometimes entertaining.
This is Georgia. She’s a Swiss Mountain Dog, the first I’ve ever met, and is a very sweet pup.
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I had a hard time choosing just one picture for today, so here’s a couple bonuses: Beethoven, the Bernese Mountain Dog who is clearly exhausted from getting love and attention, and Odie, a Shepherd/Basset cross who is just flippin’ adorable.
William is a man after my own heart–he likes chicken wings but just roasted plain, no buffalo sauce or anything on them.
We didn’t see the visitors who built this, but clearly, they were at the museum for quite a while.
It’s too late for this season, but we’re hoping a screech owl family will move in next year.
When I arrived at improv tonight, one of the rooms in the building had another event going on. It was blocked off with sheets. This sign hung on one of them.
Went to the Museum of Science today with Zim and other friends. It’s been ages since I went there just to play, instead of for a meeting or to see a particular exhibit or something. It was fun. This was an exhibit about math and scale–trying to take the two different bunny cut-outs and give them same-sized shadows.
I confess, I did not spot this on my own. I read about it on Universal Hub, and then I had to go find it for myself, especially since it’s just two blocks away from work.