Wow. Some people have
better different dreams than others. For me, a complicated lace knitting project is an accomplishment. For Liebchen of Learning to Fly the goal is flying through the air with the greatest of ease, yes, you guessed it, on a flying trapeze is the dream. Again, wow.
Standardized form letters for online dating: boon or bane? Or, do women really want to get dating spam that’s been sent to other breathing female in the geographic area as well as many for-profit entities posing as women? Fresh Muddy Waters addresses this pressing (or avoidable and easily deleted) issue.
The Prince of Petworth — a prince among men — is sharing this public service announcement: put jazz at the Sculpture Garden on Thursday evenings (5:00-8:30 P.M.) on your to-do list. I agree. I haven’t been since last year, but the concert is free of charge, you can buy a glass of wine or beer or whatever, the music is often good, and the location is lovely. What’s not to like?
The dream of home ownership still seems distant for Multi-talented & Menially Employed J.D., who has debt, no savings, and no professional employment.
There are lots of posts and comments about Judge Sotomayor’s nomination to the Supreme Court. A DC Birding Blogs looks at the jurist from an environmental perspective.
Google Translate, which is not-so-surprisingly, the new Google translation product, gives Kyle Semmel, writing at First Person Plural (the Writer’s Center blog), some pause.
And here’s a nice picture, just because it’s pretty (it’s a jack-in-the-pulpit, in case you are wondering) on Picus Blog.