Sunday, May 31, 2009

Tweeting life away...

I've had a Twitter for a while, but haven't brought myself to admit it. Then I got a Blackberry and hey, you're supposed to use that for Twittering/Tweeting right? Anyway, here it is:
I haven't really gotten the hang of saying stuff in under 140 characters, but we'll see.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

PS: I hung with this puppy again today and I'd really love to get her adopted. Spread the word to your friends, coworkers, people you pass on the street, etc.


Cinnamon is a beautiful 1 year old German shephard mix. She's sweet and loves to gives kisses. She needs lots of exercise, but is always willing to squeeze onto your lap when she's taking a break. Please adopt her (you can get her for a discounted $59 that includes microchip, spaying, shots, leash, collar, training video, and free check-up at a local vet). She's been at the shelter for several months now.
Call Peninsula SPCA - 757-595-1399

Can you guess why we call her Cinnamon? This photp reveals her honey-brown fur a little better. And her ridiculously cute flop to her ear.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Bob the tomato update

Bob has finally grown some tomatoes! I was so excited. Right now I have three, with several more blossoms looking like they will soon be growing tomatoes too. YAY!

Saturday, May 2, 2009


This is me on most days. Maybe I should really think about dropping my caffeine intake. But, really, where's the fun in that?

PS: You should totally read Sheldon. It's a lovely and amusing comic strip. Who knew a boy-genius, his grandfather, a talking duck and a tiny lizard could be so funny?

Friday, May 1, 2009

Oh but New Orleans is too far away...

Ray LaMontagne continues to bring my mood back up whenever I'm down. Even though this song isn't quite the style I've been known to enjoy, halfway through I suddenly felt like I should be in a bar in New Orleans drinking and cheering to the upbeat and diverse music in the song. Take a listen. And while you're at it, start using Grooveshark. It is awesome.
"Hey Me, Hey Mama" by Ray LaMontagne