Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Tumblr wins!

Zio Davino mobile is dead.

Still, look at Pages to the right ...

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

It comes out there, again.

I write it here, it comes out there

Here is the inimitable Nick Phillips, for whom this piece was wrote. writed.

I thought it was harder than this.

The piano concerto before the storm

The cat before the storm

The birds before the storm

Tin candleholders!

We like them because the light through the holes makes a "face" on the ceiling. This was our first FaceTime. So we got one for Vermont, one for the gazebo.

Merda di toro

And then there were three

Double bar


Ice packing it on the World Imports chair instead.

With my MacDowell Colony swag.

Cammy waits his turn

What else happens at ice pack time

Okay, so I used Cartoonify.

Monday, May 13, 2013

Not to 50!

Considering Percocet is a narcotic, why did they give me 50 of them?

Hey wait. It's Oxycodone. Also a narcotic.

Google Maps > Garmin GPS

So as we set off to the hospital this morning at 4:55, I drove and Beff keyed in the hospital address into the Garmin. And the Garmin couldn't find it. Thus was the IOS Google Maps app our guide.

Lesson: Garmin sucks.

Typed with the aid of Percocet. Oxycodone.

Cold compress

Is that a cold compress on my groin? Or am I just glad to see me?

Here's a picture of a cat.

And another one.

Hospital swag

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Alpaca punch

Siri cops an attitude

In which

In which Terrance McKnight calls Davy's Piano Concerto kind of otherworldly. I'll take it.

Pickle triumphs galore

Subdbury Farms in Sudbury (of all places) has a nice selection of off-the-beaten-path pickles. Which is an odd combination of terms when you get right down to it.

This one is nice. Almost bland going in, flavor explodes around your mouth and stays a while. I like it. Actually, it's probably more like flayvur.

I'm not John Mackey

Nonetheless, here are some pictures of food we've had recently. The first three were at the Tuscan Grill last night.

Yes, fruit for breakfast. Sickeningly (ironically) healthy.