Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Monday, August 29, 2011
To concentrate on anything at the moment. I've had this retarded migraine for about *thinking* almost a month now. No joke. Been to the ER. Been to hell (which I think I'm still in.. my eyes hurt, my neck hurts, my whole BEING hurts) and still I can't figure out how people can mistake a simple headache from a migraine. I think it took every ounce of control to NOT throw something large and potentially lethal at the co-worker who was like "maybe its a slow aneurysm". Really? How can I say "shut up as polite as possible without shoving a handful of lyme in his face? PUFF! BURN! maybe it'll reach his eyes and make me THAT much happier.
not really. I don't wish this pain on anyone.
please pray that this ends soon.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
It's the end of July, and I honestly keep wondering where the summer has gone. It's easy to wonder that when you've sat inside an office in a basement, coding, or waiting to code on an assignment..when in all honesty what I've been doing has been a little bit of this, and that, making sure I'm learning more and more since Steve Jobs has made his disdain for Flash and Adobe prevalent, thus making my whole world turn upside down, work-wise. Constant headaches, unfortunately. I've been picking up a lot of side work lately, but this too comes with it's own guilt and headaches and time limits, and constraints on my life, meaning, less sleep or less time with my daughter. Since I refuse to give up the less time with my daughter.. the less sleep it is.
It's odd, when you think about it.. the impact of one persons actions on the whole of another. What someone does truly DOES affect what happens to you, or someone you know, and not normally by means you can control. Makes me think of karma in a whole new way. Almost as if, yes, you do a good deed, and it's not that YOU get something good out of it, other than the self satisfaction of a 'good deed'.. but someone somewhere gets something good out of it. Not necessarily you, but someone, somewhere. Just a bit of musing.
Alright.. now on a TOTALLY different direction, while out on the web, check some of these places out out!!
My Drunk Kitchen (totally hilarious)
Dooce (a SAHM mommy blogger with 2 kids and 2 doggies.. and totally sarcastic.)
have a great day and I'm gonna try and write some more, because writing makes me feel a little better, here and there
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
"A "mild tsunami" along the South West coast was probably caused by an underwater landslide, a coastal expert has said.
The unusual tidal surge struck the Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Hampshire coastline on Monday morning.
There were reports of rivers changing direction, fish leaping out of water and hair standing on end due to static.
Dr Mark Davidson, from the University of Plymouth, said the surge was quite a "rare" occurrence.
The first reports of the event came from St Michael's Mount in Cornwall.
Boatman Dave Ladner said: "The funniest thing was on the causeway all the ladies' hair was standing on end with the static.
"The sea on the eastern side was probably 8ins (20cm) to a 1ft (0.3m) higher than the rest and it was pouring over the causeway like a torrent rather than just a gentle meeting in the middle."
Roland Stewart from Millbrook, near Plymouth, said: "It was quite violent in a way, my dinghy was moving around with the movement of the water and I just wondered what the hell was going on.... within 15 minutes it was all over."
Amateur video footage shot on the Yealm estuary, to the east of Plymouth, shows the surge.
Bob Brown was launching his dinghy at the mouth of estuary at 1015 BST, an hour after low tide when he saw the wave.
He said: "The tide was coming in from left to right, all of a sudden it stopped coming in from the sea and went back the other way.
"It came back at quite a force, all the boats were bobbing around.
"To see a tide suddenly stop and go back the other way at four times the speed was unbelievable."
He said a local landowner told him the first thing he noticed was "lots and lots of fish jumping out of the water".
Dr Davidson, an associate professor in coastal processes, told BBC Spotlight: "[Surges] are quite rare and it's probably not a tidal phenomenon.
"It's probably more likely to be a tsunami of some kind, obviously it's quite mild."
8" to a FOOT???? really Britain? a Tsunami???
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Monday, June 13, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
I WAS on one team. Some stuff happened. Another team was born from this main team, this one promises to take the short comings of the first and improve upon them and be more competitive. Currently I'm involved in both teams.. at least till the end of May, because you simply can't play dues to 2 teams, it's against the rules in Derby-land. You CAN, however, 'drop-in' on practices and pay a nominal fee (usually to the tune of $7) and skate with the people that USED to be your friends and have everything feel weird, which we all know is awesome.
My decision has already been made as to who I'm skating with, and people already know my decision.. but I can't help feeling like a creep no matter what I do. I know I can't make anybody happy but me, but right now, I don't feel oh so happy.