There is no question. If I wish to remain a productive member of society, the answer is “not to stream.” I’m talking about the big decision I have to make about my Netflix account by the end of the week. As other Netflix users know, Netflix is now splitting DVDs and streaming into two […]
Rain, rain, go away… Hurricane Irene has made her way to New England. So far we’ve just had rain; I don’t think it has been horribly windy yet. I am keeping my fingers crossed that we don’t lost power. And, I guess I should be hoping and praying that no flooding occurs, since I […]
I recently read Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food. It is giving me just the push I needed toward eating more vegetables. I know I need to eat more veggies, of course. But I need to be hit over the head with it repeatedly, frightened by alarming facts, etc. etc. I started down the […]
Boston people: If you or anyone you know is interested in adopting an adult cat, the MSPCA is waiving adoption fees next weekend, Saturday the 27th and Sunday the 28th. I was just there today and there are so many awesome cats waiting for homes right now.
It’s hard to believe that the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks are upon us. I feel extremely fortunate that I don’t personally know anyone affected by the tragedy. Did you know that 9/11 is a national day of service? I encourage everyone to take part! …If not that day, sometime in September. You […]