Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Great blog posts today

My google reader brought me a lot of great things today!

An article that increases my blood pressure:

An article that makes me consider if I'm doing the right thing:

Sunday, March 28, 2010


I took a screen printing class earlier this year as my creative outlet. I'm left with 4 - 6 copies of each print. Contact me if you would like a copy of any of the images above - I have several of each remaining.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Grown up

I sold my tele earlier this week. The buyer purchased the tele for his son; the goal was to make his room more 'grown up'. I didn't think about it much when he was at my house, but I've since been wondering about his rational. Does a tele signify a modern coming of age, or is it widely held that all adults use a television to have a mature interaction with the world?

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Myanmar photos are complete!

I finally finished editing my photos from Myanmar - they can be accessed via my Flickr account. Enjoy!

Sunday, January 03, 2010

Myanmar Photos

I've posted a few photos from Myanmar; I'll post more once I get some more editing time.

TheHundreds Fortune Telling

I think Bobby Hundreds had a great post about 2010 expectations. I hope that the reading, homosexual culture, and privacy items come to fruition.

2009 Mileage

I finished the year with 1,956 miles logged on my bicycle - almost twice the miles logged on my motorcycle for 2009. I guess I need to start commuting by bicycle if I expect to break the 2,000 miles / year mark.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Sunday's dinner

I made a delectable meal for us from my new cookbook - thanks to Cait & Kenny for the gift! Sweet Potato and Chickpea Curry. Yum!


Meg is awesome - she sent me a growing lobster!!!

About a week ago, I was cycling northeast along the coast of Maine with Jason & Sydney. We stopped at a pottery shop near Winter Harbor to take a break. We walked inside to see what was going on, and had also asked if we could fill our water bottles. A woman by the name of Meg was working - we chatted with her for a while about cycling, traveling, and pottery.

After we left, Jason proposed inviting Meg to dinner - she was the second person our age that we had seen in rural Maine. The 18 - 35 year old contingent doesn't exist; we only found blue hair or peckerwoods. Sensing that she may want to hang out with peers, Sydney went inside to invite Meg to dinner. She accepted, so we met up with her for pizza (and later) for beers.

Meg: Thank you!! If & when you're in Milwaukee, you need to stop by for an FNP!

Monday, August 10, 2009

Summer Thunderstorms

I was out at brunch at Comet Cafe on Sunday. After eating, Ray showed me a gigantic blog of green & red on the weather radar. I jumped on my motorcycle and sped home. When I checked the radar when I arrived, I had made it home just in time.