Hope your skies are clear and you’re getting your work done this morning. Grandma Moses, Otto Kallir, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Publishers, New York, 1973.
Happy Day After Mother’s Day! A comment from SueK yesterday reminded me of something. We wished each other Happy Mother’s Day and she said, “Telephone time!” Kids were calling. Back in the crappy olden days when everyone had a landline, Mother’s Day was the busiest day of the year for calls. Sometimes when you tried
Surprise! It’s a Mother’s Day guest blog post! by Miss M from 2014 I have the best daughters!
No. I’m not suggesting that you shell out hard earned cash money to get an Atlas. Completely unnecessary, unless, of course, you want to! For the sake of completeness, I’ll review the Atlas Personal Weather Station (PWS) at the end. I appreciate that not everyone needs to collect his or her own weather data when
A text I received from Daughter C this morning. I’d mentioned to her last evening how pretty all of the flowers she planted a few years ago were. Next up, photos of the grapes, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, and apple trees she and The J-Man planted.
via Powerline’s The Week in Pictures
Powerline’s The Week in Pictures
Daughter C, I’m glad you called. She’s a spectacular person. I enjoyed chatting with her. We miss Daughter C & The J-Man. Always having to make 1/2 recipes of supper now.
I have never been to the equator, but I’m pretty sure that vehicle is not at a location on the equator. Take that back. A quick spin around the globe and I see there’s a desert in Kenya right about at the equator, but given the stickers are en Español… ? Let us hark back
Got a call that there is an abundance of baby donkeys about! Will Bonnie & Clyde have a protector soon?
It is Thursday ∴ It is stormy I have checked all of the boxes. Even remembered to turn the A/C down to cool the joint off ahead of a potential power loss. [drums fingers on desk] Guess I’ll go poke around the world wide web for a spell. TTYL UPDATE: No. On second thought I
but no magic electrons coming out of the holes in the walls. It was a shocker, I tell you. Working up in the tomato garden. Came in for lunch. Darkness. I do not know why Missy and Rocky did not tell me! Had to download the app on my phone just to post this. I
Mr. Big Food got himself in a bit of a jam last afternoon. Unjamming required a double dose of toxicity (I was of no use). As The J-Man is no longer around to provide that second Y chromosome, Mr. Big Food texted him buddy Pat and asked if he cold stop by after work. He
It’s gorgeous outside. Daisies are getting ready to pop! FYI: Gotta keep those old neurons firing over something.
A perplexing riddle affecting dozens of families in the Cleveland area has finally been solved, but not before weeks of wreaking havoc on people who – bizarre as it sounds – were unable to open their car and garage doors. Car Keys Mysteriously Stopped Working in This Small Ohio Town, And We Now Know Why
I am confused about something. I’ve been doing some research regarding an upcoming purchase of a couple to things involving electricity. Customer service at the company seems not to understand my question, and the more I tried figuring out the answer to my particular question, the more I wanted to learn the general principles underlying
When I posted about Radar Scope’s capabilities, I was completely uniformed. It can do vastly more than I knew at the time. This is a pretty long video but it’s a nice overview, and the last few minutes are of the guy actually chasing a tornado so you can skip those. He’s got five, I
I laughed out loud. I have a question and someone on the World Wide Web pointed me in the direction of Backwoods Solar. Poking around I discovered this map which aims to help you calculate how big your solar array needs to be. (Not the info I need but interesting.) Do a few calculations and