Is it me, or does this piece of celery look like one of those wavy air-powered things you see in the lots of car dealerships?
As part of this week’s programs, we are making paper airplanes. Luckily, we just rolled out a new logo, so there’s tons of old-logo stationery lying around; it’s heavier than regular copier paper, and perfect for folding into airplanes.
Spotted this new (to me) brand of fair-trade chocolate at the store, and thought “well, let’s try it.” Doug commented “They sure don’t make it easy, though.” I said “Who does that??!?” And we both replied, “Tony.”
Last week, I went down to the loading dock, grabbed a cart, and brought it upstairs to put stuff on it. Then I kicked it. By accident.
Spotted this fellow in the drainpipe in front of the library today. I’ve never noticed him before; I wonder how long he’s been there.
This was the table next to me at today’s craft fair. On their other side someone was selling soy candles. It was amusing watching parents hustle their kids past this booth.
I ordered little brown shopping bags to bring to craft fairs, and they came with these extra little goodies. Very nice. No idea what they’re for.
See all those yellow dots. They mean that the train is running late. Every single train line is running late. That’s what happens when drunken parade goers come in to the Big City, and don’t know how to navigate public transportation; and when public transportation doesn’t know how to accommodate 1,000,000 extra people.
I’m impressed that not only is the pole tipped over, it’s actually bent.
While Ferrous was being checked out, Gandalf explored the exam room. Happy to report, both kitties are in excellent health.
Ferrous is displeased.