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Monthly Archives: March 2009
Yes, that’s an electric guitar.
Yes, my life may never be the same.
But, yes, Andrew paid for half with his own money.
Now, if he can only learn something beyond Iron Man, Sunshine of Your Love, and (of course) Smoke on the Water.
Yes, it’s a commercial, but it’s still pretty funny (and kid safe–my kids loved it). It occurs to me that everyone else has already seen this except for me, since I don’t watch television.
In any case, enjoy!
And by popular (?) demand, I’ll post that 490-word sentence, but below the cut. Click through if you’re curious/bored. And yes, it’s one big fat paragraph because, after all, it’s one big fat sentence. It also features Dating on the Dork Side characters.
Remember when I wrote that 106-word sentence? I wrote another one! Even longer! This week, as part of the class I’m taking (called masterful sentences, oddly enough) we mimicked Hemingway and his +400 word sentence, which you can see here. (Scroll down to #3. I’m not going to post it here-dude, that’s longer than most of my blog entries.).
So part of the assignment was to write a 400 – 500 word sentence-and have it make sense. I did the first part at least. I wrote a 490-word monstrosity.
In the process, I think I broke Microsoft Word.
Yes, we’ve been busy with projects here at Chez Tahmaseb. We’ve been bagging and baking, and now walking.
Well, actually, Andrew has been doing most of these things.
For thirty five years, our local Animal Humane Society has sponsored the Walk for Animals. Since we adopted Oreo from there last September, Andrew thought this would be a neat way to give back.
Behold! Gratuitous cat photos!
Ahem. Anyway, Andrew’s goal is to raise $500.00. If you’d like to help, click the link below.
Andrew’s donation page at Walk for Animals. (Click the Support Andrew button on the page.)
Today, Andrew and I volunteered as part of the “Baker of the Day” program at Great Harvest Bread Company. A great, if exhausting, time was had by all. We worked the ten to one shift, which gave us a lot to do. Next time, I think we’ll pick an earlier shift so we can help more with the mixing and baking (I’m not really into counter work).
The rest of the pictures after the cut.