Friday, after I finished my exam, we had an unintended civics lesson in Edinburgh. About the time I was hunkering down on the last of my Photoshop exam, Rick came to realize that his passport was missing. I knew something was going on by the mad rummaging through drawers, but a) I know better than […]
When I thought about having to take a ten-hour flight (one of two legs), I very nearly thought about not going to Glasgow at all. I don’t travel well, though I love the experience of travel. I would have been an idiot not to go, of course. The ten-hour flight, except for the length, really […]
I finally got my Westercon schedule entered into iCal. Phew! My wrist was hurting by the end; I’m that busy. If you’d like to download my schedule (iCal format), click here. (Note: link deleted as it’s years out of date.)
I saw the link for this, so here’s the view of states I’ve visited. Interesting how I have an “island” where I’ve been to every surrounding state: To make your own state map, click here. Here’s my map of European countries visited: To make your own European country map, click here.
I think that this is just the coolest idea: folding-flat vases. My dad’s one of those peculiar people who like to bring plants when he goes snow camping (then hangs them from the tent until they freeze solid). This kind of thing is just made for peculiar people like him.
My last postcard, sent from Kansas, arrived today, a week after it was sent. The post card for Missouri, sent from the same box, arrived two days earlier. I’d meant to post mileage markers, because I thought that was interesting. I didn’t start keeping them, but every 100 miles along the way, I’d note what […]