Archive for June, 2008

this week’s farm share
Monday, June 30th, 2008

I am oh so excited for our CSA share this week! We just got the weekly announcement– we’re getting: garlic yellow squash zucchini cucumber basil salad greens pears (from a 100+ year old tree!) broccoli or cauliflower chives calendula I’m a little sad that the garlic scapes are gone, but I can’t wait until the [...]

today’s thanks
Monday, June 30th, 2008

Feeling thankful for: 1. Dinner at the park with Joe last night. We got some Chinese takeout and headed for a picnic table shaded by lots of big trees. Even though we both enjoy sitting in front of a computer, we also enjoy being outdoors! 2. Sunblock, which protects my skin from getting irritated or [...]

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

Joe and I are going to a potluck tomorrow. We were discussing whether it would be appropriate for me to make a dish, and for him to add his name on it. Guess whose idea that was? My gut reaction is “No! That’s wrong!” But then it makes me think, how come married couples–or even [...]

highest forms
Saturday, June 14th, 2008

This xkcd comic recalls a conversation I once had with Dr. Burgess (my college Core and Attic Greek professor), about how mathematics and music are the highest forms of study. He he.

class and stewardship
Thursday, June 12th, 2008

I’d always assumed that my family was upper middle class– we lived in nice neighborhoods, we always had more than one car growing up, we could afford to take piano lessons and tae kwon do– but according to this chart, we’d actually be lower middle class. But no matter. Growing up, we’d have these ridiculous [...]