It’s a 2008 Chevy Aveo with 118,737 miles. It’s had regular oil changes and was well maintained. Has fairly new tires, new clutch and transmission. Asking $2,000.
On our walk to work today, I happened to notice someon had left a half-eaten bit of bread on a nearby bush. It struck me as kind of funny, in a “I want the birds to get this, but not the dogs” kind of way.
Unfortunately, the early morning snowfall covered up the “No Left Turn” sign. And the left turn arrow was still functioning, so people naturally just assumed it was business as usual.
This is a weird one. I’m not sure how I happened across this song – possibly through one of Spotify’s playlists. I was never a huge Michael Jackson fan, but I found myself really hooked on this cover by EDEN.
After breakfast, we were roaming around Chicago and doing some photos for Liz’s blog. During one of our many stops, she drove me down Madison Park Avenue – a little hidden block that’s easy to miss unless you know where it’s at.
We are fast becoming a house just filled with rabbit-related stuff (and actual rabbits too). At the rate we’re accruing rabbit-related art prints and such, I’m wondering what’s going to happen when we finally get around to putting artwork up on the walls…
A really positive sign is that Daisy, this time around, seems to be recovering a lot faster than she did, previously. If there was chasing or running around… a few moments later, she was back to her old self. A far cry from her previous hiding.
I’m just a tech guy, and I find it funny whenever I see error screens out of context. For some extra hilarity, check out the Thunderdome links (below).
Being more of an introvert – it’s interesting and challenging to go somewhere alone. Doubly so when the place ends up getting packed pretty quickly.
It was one of those mornings where, seemingly everywhere I looked, there was something amazing and interesting to see. Something most might overlook. Something waiting to be found.
On Saturday, in addition to picking up the hardware for our new security door… we also picked up a roll of new carpet. Because Phineas has been in his area for so long now, we decided it would be best to relocate both bunnies to a completely new space – totally neutral and new to both.
Having a new security door in the basement is another one of those big milestones for us. It seems that there is a never-ending list of things that need to get done in the basement… but to have this particular item checked off the list? It’s huge.
Using a technique Liz had learned about when we were bonding Quincy and Baxter, she decided to put both rabbits in the same carrier… and took them on a car ride. This “shared stress” experience, followed immediately by a meeting on neutral ground, was supposed to help.
Usually when someone yells out the name of a famous person at me, it’s done out of provocation: Bruce Lee, Mr. Miyagi, that sort of thing. When someone yells a name at me, I immediately tense up and prepare myself for some kind of altercation. But somewhere around 2013… strangers started coming up to me thinking I was Steve Aoki.