Happy birthday to voldsom!
Overworked the feet and ankles a bit last night, but am recovering. Exhausted, though. :(
Seems to be doing okay. *crosses fingers* No parasites, and kidney function's normal.
Quote of the day
"I walked into the paper store for no reason other than to have a look to see if they had anything new. Almost everyone I know who likes to write or read rarely misses a chance to visit paper stores and poke around for nothing in particular. It's probably something genetic-- some sort of paper and ink obsession gene that carries on from generation to generation. I needed nothing but still walked out of the store with a new black Rhodia notebook and a rollerball pen. 5 euros. Still one of the greatest bargains around-- a pen and a blank notebook for less than the price of lunch. Buying them is buying pieces of optimism. You don't know what you're going to use them for yet but you hope it will be something worthwhile and even if not, you can almost be sure that while using them, you'll be happy."
Panoramic photographs of London.
* Where Are They Now, And Who Were They Then? – Advertising Icons Edition .
* Ten Creepiest Icons in Advertising History.
* Chocolate brains!
* Weird weaponry!
* Ten people who could make an unsexier "sexy movie" than Quentin Tarantino.
* Random compliment generator!
NOAA's National Marine Sanctuary Program and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary have partnered with the National Undersea Research Center at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to bring you If Reefs Could Talk, a program hosted LIVE right here on OceansLIVE.org! Check back here September 16-23 on the main home page for OceansLIVE and click on the pull down menu under live video feeds. There will be four live camera feeds from the habitat enabling everyone to experience different visuals of the mission. The first feed will be the main feed for the LIVE programming each day. To read more information about the mission, and to view the aquanauts bio's, visit http://sanctuaries.noaa.gov/missions/aquarius2007/welcome.html
No Daily BPAL, because I'm already wearing Hunter Moon.
Wearing: Cropped jeans, BPAL Singing Moon t-shirt, jack-o-lantern socks, hair in a ponytail.
Reading: Packaging Girlhood: Rescuing Our Daughters from Marketers' Schemes, by Sharon Lamb and Lyn Mikel Brown; Singer in the Snow, by lmarley. :)
Planning: A nap. Tomorrow, rest; Sunday, the XKCD meetup and the RiverSing.