Today I had an eye doctor appointment and I walked from my office. What a joy to work in town. I had to orient myself as I walked through the various office building parking lots, but once I figured out the right direction to go, I was all set.
I did pass the Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center, which stuck me as a little odd. Specialities are one thing, but is there really enough business for a clinic to focus on this?
Some people write long blog posts, and I write short blog posts. Does it matter? I think not because you are reading this, right?
This is my 100th post.
The only thing George W. Bush and Jesus have in common is that they both went into their father’s business and they both got crucified for it.
Grace also entered an artwork in the Community Art Project. Her drawing of the Tooth Fairy is hanging in Carrboro Town Hall. I guess she can now add this show to her CV.
Update:My Hubcap is in the Chapel Hill Public Library. I went to look for it the other day, and couldn’t find it on the main hall downstairs when the art shows usually are. It turns out it is in the most prominent spot in the lobby of the library. What a kick!
Did someone really think this was a good idea to get the message across?
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by Peter (inspired by Jack Prelutsky and his poem)
I love you more than hot dogs,
Than toothpaste and purple peas,
Than very cold showers and very dead flowers,
And big fat fleas.
I love you more than soda,
And good gooseberry pies,
Than buttery popcorn and lemon-lime airborne,
And glasses for my eyes.
I love you more than notebooks,
Than juicy roast beef on toast,
Oh, I love ties of any size,
But I love YOU the most!
in the Women’s Basketball Tournament. Both men’s teams will be watching the tv at home.
Grace is going to have a band, and their name will be the Carolina Band. She will write the words to the songs, because she knows the words to the songs. But someone will have to help her with the spelling of some of the words.
From the News & Observer:
Bottled water sales have increased about 10 percent a year for a decade, and two years ago they passed sales of coffee, beer and milk in the volume that Americans buy annually, said Gary Hemphill, managing director of Beverage Marketing Corp., a research firm that focuses on the beverage industry.
I saw a bumpersticker that read:
Republicans for Voldemort