Pick your own fruits and vegetables

Should be fun, and you’ll know it’s fresh: pick-your-own-produce

See also: pick-your-own_fruit_and_vegetables

Kentucky Derby-related pages (2013)

Where to keep up or catch up on the upcoming Derby:

Birthday card from Grandpa

Elizabeth received a birthday card from Grandpa today with $20 inside! She said, “I love your dad! Tell him thank you very much! Your dad is rich! I wouldn’t have thought such an old old person would have so much money!”

Great suction!

In preparation for the much-anticipated Comcast installation (Internet, not TV), I do as they suggest and clear out a space where I want them to put the cable wall jack. Once I have that space cleared, I decide to vacuum the area. It’s almost an instinctive reaction: You clear out a space that

Dad’s 94th birthday, part 3

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Old Sacramento

Once Bijou and her people hooked up with Elizabeth and her people, our first stop was a candy sto

Dad’s 94th birthday, part 2

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

The Zoo

The next morning, I was up before Elizabeth. I couldn’t wait for her to wake up, so I snuck downstairs f

Dad’s 94th birthday, part 1

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Going to California

A couple weeks ago for my Dad’s 94th birthday, I brought my (almost) 8-year-old dau

Doing the dishes

So, my wife tells me most people do the dishes every day. I don’t believe her. “Every day?” I ask.

“Yes, every day,” she says.

“Every single day?” I persist. She nods. “You don’t mean,” I search for clarification, “it’s something that is an ‘every day’ thing, but in reality is not done literally every single day, do you?”

“No,” she i

Shaking while braking

Three and a half hours in the Pep Boys waiting room is always time well-spent, wouldn’t you agree? 🙂 I’m home now, appreciating the comfort of my office chair, but Pep Boys seriously needs to consider putting more comfortable seats in their waiting area. I did get some thin

Micro gigs

Interesting article on “micro gigs”

via welcome-to-the-micro-gig-no-job-is-too-small

"A crush of apps allowing us to do discrete tasks for small sums of money might be the future. But the atom