Random silly stuff as I roll into a birthday weekend. The date on this from my archive is 2005, and well before the advent of Snoop Lion.
Too humorous not to archive, and also seed a dedicated Weather page here on the site. I love me some weatherness!
September sure has closed out with a bang. All sorts of downer things going on like weighing financial decisions, durable medical equipment failing, and van windows breaking. All at once to boot. And the stink bugs are back! They’re everywhere!!!
But according to Daphne here, it’s times like that where a stroll through the yard and a vigorous dust bath is all one needs to relax.
I can’t wait for October to get here. I love October. What can I say. I was born in October. Got married in October. Football-is-in-full-swing-weather-is-awesome-leaves-are-still-in-trees-only-holiday-on-horizon-is-HALLOWEEN kinda October! And GHOSTLY crobe appears :). Of all the Fluffcrobes my wife hand-makes and sells over on Etsy (click to shop in new tab), he’s my favorite:
Not to be outdone by the Crobe is his buddy the Cuddly Corn, shown with beautiful hand model here to give some scale to the plush toys. I haven’t tried turning this one into a 3D Model yet, but that’s definitely on the TODO list.
So there’s a little bit of random cuteness for a Sunday morning with a tip o’ the hat to my better half for being so talented. Keep an eye out for a dedicated “Fluffcrobes” menu tab up top — that’s where I’m setting up a developer diary for the iPhone game I’m building featuring them as the playable characters!
Talk about an opportunity to impress the boss! Number 9 here at Billy Casper Golf managed Virginia Oaks, and playing right at the edge of my 52 degree wedge. The tee is actually out of view to the right, making it a legit “island green” shot, but with no wind and just a pristine day I thought I’d stick it close.
Sigh. Easiest shot ever and I totally felt like I needed to KILL IT at the top of my backswing. About fell over and into the drink it went…big battleship-esque salvo splash to boot. Oh well, better luck next time!
After a failed GoDaddy blog experience, I’ve decided to give this another go here on WordPress. We’ll see how this turns out — so far so good, about an hour into the whole setup process and ready to start adding content.