Bronze statues have always freaked me out. They have what I like to call “dead eyes,” which refers to how the sculptors hollow out their pupils to make them seem more lifelike. It’s the opposite effect with me.
If there's one show that Nathan has watched in recent history that I've enjoyed more than any other, it's clearly Phineas and Ferb. Two brothers finding something new to do on each of their 104 days of summer vacation?
I'm sorry for not posting this sooner, but my fave label, Polyvinyl Records, is having a customer appreciation day deal today. If you are a registered PV user, you will get a $5 giftcard applied to any purchase made today. Just login, shop, and the $5 will be available on the cart page for you to opt into.
Buckle up. Got a long explanation of last week's #MiniMusicMonday challenge photo for ya, if you didn't already read it on social media.
I've gone a little hypocritical here in that, despite (or maybe "in spite of") my antiracist cries, when it was announced that the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company was retiring their Native American "maiden" logo, Katie and I may have gone online and ordered some maiden-adorned apparel. Please don't judge us too harshly.
I’d reckon July was a decent month in terms of goal work. Check it out!
I think it was something like seven years ago or so now that Google Reader was axed by its parent company and those of us who use RSS feeds to follow blogs and news sites were sent out in search of a new aggregator.