I know many of you are aware of the contest promoting a gig as a caretaker in the Great Barrier Reef, since several people sent me the link to apply. Unfortunately, I’m not able to do so, but last night I found out that a friend and former coworker of mine has applied. Beth has a background in marine biology and she has spent considerable time traveling and working abroad. She would be perfect for the job.
So, if you have a few minutes to spare, watch her video application and vote for Beth!
I’m giving away a free 10×10 metallic print titled LOVE on my photography blog. Stop by and leave a comment if you would like to enter.
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I’m still working through much of the events of last year and wondering how and if I’ll ever write about them. Or rather if I’ll ever write again because I’m not sure how to write about anything else, or how to address everything safely, neatly and in a mostly harm-free package.
In the meantime, I decided to start a photography blog, and will let it speak for me.
Happy New Year to those of you still following!
I’m so far behind the blogging curve, and cannot even begin to organize a proper update, so instead, Happy Thanksgiving to those who celebrate!
Three bizarre Max-isms from the morning:
(Overheard while in the shower)
MooOOOOoom! MOM! Do beatles have teeth? Do they have to floss? What if they eat poop?
Oh, MOooOOOm. Are you out of the shower yet? MOM!MOM!MOM!MOM!…Anyway, Mom. How do cars drive on the Silk Road?
He has been awake since 4:30, anticipating Thanksgiving. I’m glad he does not believe in Santa Claus, because I can only imagine the havoc waiting for the old fat guy would bring.
I’m safe though, Because Max apparently celebrates his own Judeo-Christian holiday.
According to Max, Knishmas is celebrated this coming Tuesday. I think I can manage.
For now? We’re off for a walk around Somerville to find the Great Wild Turkey.* Hopefully the kind in a glass bottle.
*You know. Like looking for leprechauns or the gold at the end of the rainbow or any other holiday tradition devised by desperate mothers.
No matter how annoying your virtual husband’s quirks are–say he leaves his socks scattered around cyberspace or stays up late fondling his mouse and ignores you– do not murder him in Second Life, or like this woman in Japan, you could find yourself jailed for killing his avatar.
Make sense? Didn’t to me either.
Quick post to let you know that I finally joined Twitter. Click here to follow me.
Also, today Max will ride a big yellow school bus for his first field trip. Some of you may remember how car seat safety obsessed I am, so my imagination is running wild with pictures of my son bouncing around in a bus, completely unrestrained as the bus collides with a tractor trailer truck or careens into the ocean or is abducted by aliens or something equally unlikely, statistically speaking.
Yes, I know buses are safe. But my imagination? Totally phobic dangerous place.
Well, almost nothing.
I’m offering free shipping worldwide, October 15th and 16th, on all listed items in my Etsy shop.
Sorry to be all viral spambot and add to the roaring din of self promotion on the internet. I noticed a few of you have marked items in my shop as a favorites, so wanted to give a heads up.