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The hunt is on
While browsing the bookstore the other night, I began my annual search for The Perfect Calendar.
Word for word
Open most days about 9 or 10. Occasionally as early as 7, but some days as late as 12 or 1. We close about 5:30 or 6. Occasionally about 4 or 5, but sometimes as late as 11 or 12. Some days or afternoons, we aren’t here at all, and lately I’ve been here just about all the time, except when I’m someplace else, but I should be here then, too.
Does Betty Ford have a program for this?
I blame Blogher for introducing me to Otherwise Engaged, who introduced me to the addicting browser based multi-user Flash game, Just Letters.
When I played for almost two hours last night, there were 30-40 online participants battling over the use of letters to try and spell whatever they wanted. Of course, there were those who just had to share a few naughty words (the game is not censored), and every once and a while someone tried to herd all the letters into one corner, but there was also a collaborative scrabble game, a sharing of favorite music (“Hip Hop,” “Rock,” “Mozart,” “Swing,” and “Jazz” were spelled), and someone even managed to form a huge heart, before having his or her letters taken.
So, venture forth and become likewise addicted. I’ll see you there.
How Smart is Your Right Foot?
Someone sent this to me. I don’t know where it first originated from. All I know is that it’s freaky.
1. While sitting at your desk, lift your right foot off the floor and make clockwise circles.
2. Now, while doing this, draw the number “6” in the air with your right hand.
Your foot will change direction, and there’s NOTHING you can do about it!!!!
P.S. The only person I know who has tried this and not had his or her foot change direction is my 18-yr-old son. He’s a drummer, so I guess he’s used to his feet and hands doing different things.