These always crack me up. The latest, NFL Lip Reading for 2017 is out just in time for the Super Bowl. You don’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy. Make sure you go into the archives as well. …
These always crack me up. The latest, NFL Lip Reading for 2017 is out just in time for the Super Bowl. You don’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy.
Make sure you go into the archives as well. This one is the source of my favorite quote, “An orange peanut! For me? I accept you.”
I stay up late, but not in a getting things done kind of way. My late nights have more of a watching murdery shows and arguing with people on the internet kind of vibe.
One of my 2017 goals is getting more sleep. My goal is 7 hours a night, but that might not be realistic. I am a month or so onto my moratorium on trolling social media in bed.
This has certainly helped. Even when I don’t get 7 hours, I am seldom under 6 and if I do stay up, it is more frequently because I have chosen to do so rather than out of intertia.
I found a site called what-dog.nethttp://what-dog.net that is supposed to tell you what kind of dog you (or your dog) are. I thought, hmmm that sounds fun, let’s give it a go, so i popped in a picture.
Huh. Irish water spaniel. Cute. Ill take it.
Let’s try my dog, Spenser. He’s a long-haired miniature dachshund. Let’s see how close they get.
Nope. Small and fluffy, but not quite there. Let’s try again.
Close-ish. But no.
Maybe a very tiny one.
There you go.
I’m no expert, but I’d say that recognition software could use some work.
I have a stack of books taunting me. Most of them I bought with every intention of reading, some were gifts. I need to make a decision on whether or not any or all of them are read-worthy. My plan is to read the first 25 or 50 pages and decide whether or not I’m interested in reading the rest. I’ll donate or give away the ones that don’t capture my attention and start plowing through the remaining stack once I’ve evaluated them all.
I spotted my first kayak of the season today. It’s a more telling sign of spring to me than crocuses. We’ve been avid kayakers for quite a few years. We rented one year and bought a couple at a tent sale the following year. We try to go most weekends, mostly local flat water. There are plenty of local tributaries to choose from.
We go mostly for the exercise, quiet and wildlife. We regularly see turtles, ducks and blue heron. On occasion there are mink and foxes.
Can’t wait till its warm enough to get back out there.