Monthly Archives: June 2011

Priorities that matter

Categories: Musings

I’ve been thinking a lot about my priorities the last many months. There is only so many hours in the day and I only have so much energy to use in them. Keep reading


Categories: Science & Tech

I’m still thinking about code when I’m supposed to be working on other things and staying up “just five more minutes” to fix the bug I’ve almost cornered. Keep reading

Politics or Crime in New York?

Categories: Politics, Venting

The middle of the night is not when upstanding citizens do their jobs. It’s when criminals get together to plan stage coach robberies. Keep reading

*I* make the blankets

Categories: Family, Folks, Quilting/Sewing/Knitting/Crafting

The latest quilt was inspired by this embroidery on a pillowcase from my paternal grandma. Keep reading

Life is a quilt

Categories: Gospel, Quilting/Sewing/Knitting/Crafting

Sometimes you’re looking at what you have and can’t see how in the world that will all work out. But then you work with it and get it to the shape you need and suddenly that’s just the pattern experience you needed to make your quilt. Keep reading

Full minded mindfulness

Categories: Exercise

Savasana (lying on your back and relaxing completely) is actually my favorite part of yoga. Because it’s lying on your back and it’s exercise! Keep reading

Wow I write a lot

Categories: Proclamations, Science & Tech

And here’s the proof – this is post number 1,000! Keep reading