Turn the Color of the Avocado

The new chaise where I will probably sleep next week arrived today. Pete immediately covered it with throws to fool the cats into thinking the couch was preemptively clawed.

The new chaise where I will probably sleep next week arrived today. Pete immediately covered it with throws to fool the cats into thinking the couch was previously clawed.

We bought furniture. Speaking of things you didn’t see coming, you must watch this all the way to the end.

You’re welcome.

I Understand About the Food

This morning, I opened an envelope at work and found something totally unexpected: a thank you note from the family we collected for during the unnamed university’s anti-hunger project. We have not had any contact with the families and worked with the understanding that our efforts helped people we won’t know, but here was an adorable drawing in the hand of a tiny artist of five snowmen with initials of family members. My icy heart melted. Later, because I am a conniving thinkerizer, I cornered the head of the libraries and told her all about it in heart-rending detail until I was sure she would never allow anyone to cancel the project.

Georg put out the word that I can't be left to my imagination and yarnworkers have responded in a big, big way.

Georg put out the word that I can’t be left to my imagination and yarnworkers have responded in a big way.