Some of you were concerned that I had died recently since I haven't posted since last Thursday. I really appreciated that so I'm going to assume it was out of concern and not a secret wish to urinate on my grave which I wouldn't recommend because it could get you charged with public indecency or something like that. If you could angrily pour a bottle of scotch over my grave like Martin Blank though, that would be awesome.
Maybe not this $15,000 bottle of Macallans. Actually, it was just a busy weekend. My mom came to town so we spent a lot of time frantically trying to make the house look like someplace children are being raised and not an abandoned crack house.
From designer Sotirios Papadopoulos
"A striking credenza, with a photo-realistic, luminous image of the moon printed on its surface.
Coated with ELI (Eco Light Inside), an eco-friendly material developed by the designer, which creates a realistic, glowing effect when the lights go out."
Ok, that's only partially true. My mom really was in town, but I was also just feeling lazy.
Ok, this video is just over six minutes long so you may or may not want to leave it for later, but it's good. Do you know who Rick Hansen is? Twenty-five years ago he rode his wheelchair around the world to raise awareness for people with disabilities and to raise money for spinal cord research. Want to see him bungee jump?
I stole this off Joanne from Moving Forward-Half Speed, but it's ok, I told her I was going to steal it and that makes it all ok.
In honour of our host, Keely the Un Mom, and care of the University of Florida, a "Disaster Preparedness Simulation Exercise" for a zombie attack.
Oh, and after a month of trying I finally got called for an interview.