Today, I happened across a post titled Game Theory is Really Counterintuitive, and found myself returning to the examples throughout the day.
I wonder if this was done prior to all the construction kicking in. Given the placement of the stickers and the fence, I’m guessing so. But realizing that makes me wonder how I missed this, walking by every day, to and from work?
I stumbled across some old photos, back when Liz was going through some of her old artwork. I’ve included a lot of her childhood work here on the blog (all of it is gold), so make sure to check out the links after the post.
What’s crazy is that for the last four or five days, we’ve been able to feed the rabbits 100% with things from the garden boxes (and from a few herbs planted along the fence). They’re getting a bit less that they used to get, but the quality is definitely much higher.
With both of us responding so differently to the same sound, I realized what we had experienced was a kind of sonic Rorschach test.
This weekend, on our way back from my grandma’s 105th birthday celebration, Liz and I stopped over in Valparaiso. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to time out meeting up with Julie, Bob, Tricia, and the kids again… but since we were in the neighborhood we decided to make a (tech support) pit stop.
I’ve walked by this particular door numerous times – twice a day, five times a week. I always figured this was some supply closet. But to my surprise, it was an actual (mini) office!
Over the weekend, several of us were staying at Stacey and Shane’s house. On Friday night, Jahnu was queuing up YouTube videos (he recently discovered some of the vieos I’ve posted of him and Jasmine), and tracked down several of the commercials that my family was involved in, circa the mid 1980’s.
I found it kind of nice to remember some of these older tunes, but she clearly didn’t have the same reaction. The interesting thing with the Suzuki Method is that it really emphasizes memorization – so much so that even now, many decades later, I still can remember most of these songs. Even though I may not have actually touched a violin in years.
Another milestone, for my Grandma Phoebe – as family and friends gathered to celebrate her 105th birthday. Lots of dim sum, birthday cake, balloons, photos, and no small amount of face swapping on our mobile phones. A fun day catching up with cousins and nieces and nephews from all over (and technically all over the world).
We are on a bit of a road trip, visiting family in both Valparaiso and Indianapolis. Last night, we stopped to stay the night in Valpo and visited with Tricia (who is in town with Sebastian, Audrey, and Paige).
A little before closing time, one page would get a key to the lights and the bullhorn. They’d then go up to the top floor of the library, and on each level they’d flick the lights off and on, off and on. And then hop on the bullhorn, shouting out “The Library will be closing in 10 minutes!”
Last weekend, I spent a lot of Sunday hanging out in the living room (aka our bedroom). And the bunnies were pretty much doing the same thing – hanging out on the new rug (and in the new bunny cottage).
Gently removing the squash and sling. Liz mentioned that you wanted to leave part of the stem on, as the squash would continue to draw nutrients from it, even after being taken off the vine.
think I uttered the words “Oh!” when I realized what the movie was. And then quickly uttered the words “Oh, God!” when I realized where in the movie I was at.