Today I discovered an absolutely fascinating article about Princeton’s “Global Consciousness Project”, and how a little, black box supposedly sensed the 9/11 and Asian tsunami tragedies before they happened. Yes, it sounds “far out”, and it is. Only a passing mention is given to the other side of the story — the “skeptics” as they […]
T has been trying to help Cari with laundry for some time now, but when you’re 2-3 years old and still knee-high to a grasshopper, there’s not a whole lot you can do. She was trying to help tonight. Told Cari, “Mommy, let me fold this.” It was one of our bath towels — standard […]
This one… and this one. Paradoxical, isn’t it? For fun, click both those links and add them to you Amazon shopping cart, then see the chaos as Amazon tries to figure out what to recommend to you next!
Sean was asked to finish this sentence in school last week. Here’s how he did it: My wish for the world is… that the war could end. My boy’s a compassionate conservative. 🙂
I’ve lived on a corner my whole life. I grew up on a corner — on the corner of Forsythia Drive South and Flagstone Place, to be exact. I liked living on a corner. The yard was a pretty good size. We only had two houses adjacent to ours — one behind us and one […]
Let it be known and remembered that T, soon to turn 3 years old, is very excited about tonight’s visit from that jolly old man in the red suit. You know who I’m talking about. She calls him: Clanta Saw 🙂