Numbers 30 and 31

Taza chocolate = amazing. Tracy and I took the factory tour over the weekend. We didn't see any chocolate being made (no production on the weekends), but there were plenty of samples, and the guides were awesome. The company uses organic ingredients, engages in direct trade, and is all about sustainability. What's not to love.... Continue Reading →

The Most Painful Item Ever

I got an ear cartilage piercing the other night. It wins the prize for most painful list item ever. The actual piercing process only took about 20 seconds. But this little piercing is wreaking havoc. I had NO idea what I was getting myself into. It's cute, but my ear hurts, dammit. And it's going... Continue Reading →

Quote for the Day

Read, every day, something no one else is reading. Think, every day, something no one else is thinking. Do, every day, something no one else would be silly enough to do. It is bad for the mind to continually be part of unanimity. —Christopher Morley

Thanks, Mom

My mom likes to send me interesting magazine and newspaper articles in the mail. Many of them are related to health issues. She just sent me one about "limiting the dangers of cellphone radiation." So I thought I would pass on a link. I'm not surprised that my phone emits little radiation, since the model... Continue Reading →

Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there. I volunteered at the MSPCA today and was heartened to see many people interested in adopting an animal on this special day. I had a "first" today: I held some six-day-old kitties for the first time. They kind of looked like little rodents. Their eyes weren't... Continue Reading →

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