Author Archives: Nim
Yep. It’s my last day of get-to-do-anything-I-want while MBF is outta town, and what am I doing? You know it: watching toilet videos, mofos! I won’t even apologize. But what I will share (no, not the toilet video) is how … Continue reading
A break from my crusading for environmental and human egalitarianism. I shall now rock out on my day off. This band is stuck in my head so hard right now. I saw them a couple years ago when they opened for … Continue reading
Do whatever you need to watch this RIGHT NOW. Or soon anyway. Thank you, Weird Al.
Yep. I almost-but-didn’t-finish up my adobe (mud) and glass, ahem “mosaic” art mailbox yesterday. Since it is not yet sealed against moisture, and since my mother is likewise building with an unsealed, permeable material on her house, we will all … Continue reading
Something is upside down here. 8′ tall sunflowers (wild)? Check. 1′ tall high corn, tasseling already? Also check. *facepalm* well, at least the deer didn’t eat it.
I recently left this feedback on a survey. I reiterate so that my tall sisters can sing it from the mountains with me: I’m tall* and I’m a girl. I have long arms, long legs, AND a long rise AND broad … Continue reading
Well, I thought I would toss out these old black low-tops, but damn if I don’t still love them, even with what I thought would be their replacements: starry high-tops I’m pretty sure have summoned Doctor Who by their very … Continue reading
Or at least, freeing up virtual mental storage space. Aka ditching my old emails. Why have I kept them for so long? Honestly, I went back to the year 2000 in my Yahoo account. Why? It’s just silly. Now that cloud storage … Continue reading
…and my computer knows it. It told me what it was working on the other day: And then I took a quiz and proved I’m not the only one who knows what Better Than Ezra means when they sing “the devil … Continue reading
When I heard this TED talk that mentioned a phrase about the gap between doing something versus nothing (at about 5:42), I thought about how doing nothing is far easier, and far more common it seems lately (certainly by me), because it means I won’t … Continue reading