Mar. 31st, 2009

parhelli0n: (swing)
Dad just got back from 12 days in California visiting his cousins. As always, he came back with a pile of stuff to give to the people back home (it's his way). Usually it's little tchotchkes and the like. He just popped in to see me, though, and threw something my way.




Oh yeah. A cute little pin-striped fedora. It even fits my little melon!

Today I went to the eye doc. My prescription has changed for the better, to the point where I don't even need to wear glasses unless I feel like it. My eyes have good days and bad days, though, so I'm going to get a pair for the new prescription and keep them around.
parhelli0n: (swing)
Dad just got back from 12 days in California visiting his cousins. As always, he came back with a pile of stuff to give to the people back home (it's his way). Usually it's little tchotchkes and the like. He just popped in to see me, though, and threw something my way.




Oh yeah. A cute little pin-striped fedora. It even fits my little melon!

Today I went to the eye doc. My prescription has changed for the better, to the point where I don't even need to wear glasses unless I feel like it. My eyes have good days and bad days, though, so I'm going to get a pair for the new prescription and keep them around.
parhelli0n: (wait what)
"It's not paranoia if the bastards are actually out to get you.
It's just good planning."
--Richard Nixon


I saw a commercial on TV the other day. I don't know if there have been more, because I rarely watch television (I TiVo House and BSG, and usually watch without commercials). It was a government sponsored ad for Ready.gov, telling people that they should be ready in case of an emergency. They should have a disaster kit assembled and a plan laid out. They should practice.

Does this make anyone else a little bit nervous?

(P.S. icon pilfered from [livejournal.com profile] wiley_b)
parhelli0n: (wait what)
"It's not paranoia if the bastards are actually out to get you.
It's just good planning."
--Richard Nixon


I saw a commercial on TV the other day. I don't know if there have been more, because I rarely watch television (I TiVo House and BSG, and usually watch without commercials). It was a government sponsored ad for Ready.gov, telling people that they should be ready in case of an emergency. They should have a disaster kit assembled and a plan laid out. They should practice.

Does this make anyone else a little bit nervous?

(P.S. icon pilfered from [livejournal.com profile] wiley_b)

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