Diary of a Crossword Fiend » Callin’ Them Squares →
The process of crossword puzzle creation intrigues me. There’s just so much order to them, and yet they always manage to be creative. In this blog series, T Campbell breaks down, names, and defines the variety of crossword themes. Fun reading for lovers of crosswords and taxonomy.
Doily - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia →
Many patterns for crocheting or knitting doilies were published by thread manufacturers in the first part of the 20th century. The designers were often anonymous. The designs could be circular or oval starting from the center and working outward, reminiscent of the Polar coordinates system. Doilies, as well as other household items, may be made by crocheting rows on a grid pattern using a...
Bunghole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia →
“A bunghole is a hole bored in a liquid-tight barrel. The hole is capped with a large cork-like object called a bung.”
Manassas National Battlefield Park - frequently... →
(Oh, Virginia. How I love you.) What should I bring? We recommend you bring sunscreen, water, and snacks. Chairs and blankets might also be helpful. What should I NOT bring? Please do not bring grills, fireworks, or alcohol on to NPS property. Can I bring my dog? Dogs are allowed at Manassas National Battlefield Park as long as they are kept on a leash. However, please think carefully about...
Me: and... we're back to eating kitty litter
Me: and laughing about it
Josh: not funny
Me: probably funny how gross mom thinks it is
Josh: also true. oranges are gross but over-ammonia'd kitty litter is delicious
on the bright side, if he's doing it to gross you out it means he likes you.
Newton’s surprising rings (by Cozy Memories) Newton’s rings. The bane of people who scan polaroids. I get them when scanning film occasionally, too, because I can’t control the cupping of the film after development.