Saturday, November 29, 2008
However, I am posting a photo of this Norman Rockwell moment for everyone's enjoyment.
And this one: Attacking the turkey with a chain saw ...
Another Norman Rockwell moment:
And yet another:
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
I hope this doesn't end up becoming a problem for which I will need to be treated with mediciation.
Sunday, November 16, 2008
The two best things - I don't get the sun blasting in my eyes in the afternoon anymore, and more room for my plants.
The old space:
The new space (across from old space):
Some redecorating. I'm keeping with the general pharmaceutical theme here. This diplay was sponsered by a famous anti-psychotic. I think tissues are much better to give a psychotic than a stapler, don't you? Both great for the color scheme, though.
The view from the outside, just to be thorough.
Actually, normally when you work on the 2nd floor, you don't expect to see something bigger than a bird or squirrel moving around outside your window, out of the corner of your eye. However, once I realized I wasn't having a psychotic episode (for which I would have been well prepared with tissues and a stapler), it was a good few minutes worth of entertainment. And a welcome change from the usual car crash.
Sunday, November 9, 2008
But sometimes I get incomprehensible messages from them. For example ...
From Geni: Shui Haber is your second cousin twice removed's husband's third great nephew.
Shui, I'm really glad we are related. Just don't ask me to explain how.
In other news, the most exciting thing that happened at work this week was looking out my window:
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Sunday, November 2, 2008
Selig's family lives less than 1 1/2 miles from LL Bean!!!!
So not only did I get to see some of my favorite cousins and aunt today,
and get to see Rachel in a silly hat !!!!!
and meet Lynn and Jacie, and various assorted family, friend, and other,
I went to LL Bean!!!!!
Great fall foliage on the way down too.
All in all, an excellent afternoon.
Here are two views of the same sign, one from a distance, the other a closer look. The left lane MUST turn left. If you are in the right lane however, feel free to smash into the gravel piles or storm the fence. Or turn right, take out the fire hydrant, do some bushwacking, and head into the river. (Entin Road, Parsippany, NJ)
- Check traffic thoroughly in all directions.
- Yield to pedestrians or other vehicles
- Proceed carefully …