What Do You Do Again?

"Vibrators. They don't just sell themselves." - E


Poem in Your Pocket Day 2012

This year's poem in my pocket is Summer Solstice by Stacie Cassarino.  I found this using the Poetry Foundation's mobile app, because we all should have poetry on the go! As a side benefit, the pegasus icon is very pleasing.


Quote of the Day

"Before I judge somebody or indulge a groundless fear, Joan says I'm supposed to ask myself: What is the source of your information? If the answer is--as it usually is--I thought it up, I should dismiss the idea."
--Mary Karr, Lit


One Answer

I was driving, thinking on the question, "What is the meaning of Denver?" One answer, or the thesis statement, came from a song on the radio.  I was listening to one of the cross-country mix CD's that our friends gave us when I moved from NY.  I'm not sure if Erica or Meredith made this one.  I didn't know the song, but now I do.

"I have come to test the timber of my heart."



Work is super busy right now!  Lackadaisical blog updates.

In Internet voyages this week, I did love Texts from Hillary.  I also loved Airplane Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style.

Despite the workload, Denver has been on fire in terms of fun.  Il faut en profiter.



Peeps Show VI at The Washington Post.