I’m not a poetry guy, but internet friend Shaun Lawton wrote this on his poetry blog. I like it. Sphingidae speaks said lycosa to musca you’re a lovely c.atratus compared to the nestor mirabilis, and pedipalpi asked ophidia whose side the cathartidae were on– the lanidae, chiroptera, or corvidae? while the bubo virginianus whispered to […]
Monthly Archives: July 2013
I love this. New York is a sewer, but it’s my sewer.
Mom found this coverlet at a garage sale. She loves it. It is all very nice piece work. The pillow in the last picture she did herself, and she brought it out because they match.
I went over to my brother’s house and my friend Bob Rucker was there. Bob received a heart transplant just a couple of weeks ago and is doing very well. They were hanging out playing guitar and shooting the breeze. The temperature was 97° but there was a nice breeze so it was bearable.
I’ve been using DropBox to store my files. I use DropBox to securely store my Work-in-Progress files on their server. I put the DropBox app on my main computer, my laptop, my work computer, my iPad, and my Android phone. When I change a short story on my laptop, the file is automatically saved on […]
I came home from a 5 hour job interview in White Plains to find this note: She needs a new cell battery. I am shopping for a nice Verizon Smart Phone for her so she can transfer all of her unused minutes. The door was stuck because I tightened a loose doorknob just a little […]
I pulled the boiler out of the cellar and I am cleaning out a way to get the new one in. This Peerless Pinnacle boiler was a nice idea, but it never worked reliably. It has a computer to control the heat and was rated at 95% efficient. It seemed to know when the temperature […]
The little copper maran chicks have been doubling in size every couple of weeks. They now wander around and interact a little with the big chicks. Soon they will stop sleeping in the chick house that I built and join the flock in the main chicken coop. These chickens (named Veronica and Betty) are French […]