Archive for August, 2004

Commuting: A Study

Posted on August 31st, 2004, by Trina

There’s a strange warp zone on Highway 50. Time does not flow linearly. Two weeks ago, I left for work at 5am and arrived to work at 6:30. Last week, I left at 5:30 and arrived at 7:30. Today, I left at 5, stopped to get gas, effectively leaving town at 5:10 and arrived at [...]

What I Felt

Posted on August 30th, 2004, by Trina

People I Know decided to make Booga Bags, so I thought I’d give it a shot, too. The pattern called for Noro Kureyon, but it was too scratchy for my tastes and was kinda spendy. So I used Mountain Colors 4/8′s wool in Bitterroot Rainbow. It was a quick knit, fun to felt and has [...]

Back on the Farm

Posted on August 29th, 2004, by Trina

The past two years at our house, we’ve had an overabundant supply of peaches for about two weeks. It’s all we can do to eat them and give them away before the ants haul them away to fortify their armies. Last year we discussed canning, but neither one of us knew what we were doing [...]

Pfizer

Posted on August 28th, 2004, by Trina

For all you autobots out there.

Not Dead Yet

Posted on August 27th, 2004, by Trina

Tim once asked if I’d forgotten my username and/or password and that’s why I hadn’t updated in a while. Well, that was only part of the problem this time. Apparently Some Upgrading was done and it broke Some Stuff. The way this manifested itself was by telling me I had an invalid login. Well, I [...]