Monthly Archives: July 2016
I Already Dispised Summer for the Heat
“Record high temperature tied at Detroit mi… A record high temperature of 98 degrees was tied at Detroit mi today. This ties the old record of set in 2012 and 1933.” Was _only_ 95 at Ann Arbor today _ugh_
One year in the life of Earth Video
AWEsome. I love how you can see Winter in the Southern hemisphere and then in the Northern hemisphere. Mind boggling at the speed of this video. I managed to catch glimpses of hurricanes too. It was kind of them to … Continue reading
AADL Summer Game (2016) #2
6,500 points from friend codes found on the leader board and not from meeting the person. Feels kinda like cheating. Hm.
AADL Summer Game (2016)
Amber and I are playing the Ann Arbor District Library’s Summer game for 2016. We happened across it while at the Pittsfield Branch returning the telescope. Amber filled out the whole read-10-books game card in under a week (I think … Continue reading
Jupiter is Pink!
It’s pink! Jupiter is fairly pink! I wonder if that’s a trick of the orange and red bands due to the probe being so far away still? “JunoCam is a color, visible-light camera designed to capture remarkable pictures of Jupiter’s … Continue reading
Amber and I started piano lessons on Wed. June 29th. We then, of course, had to practice almost daily. Second day in and I’m done. UGH! No thank you. I remember detesting practicing between classes when I played the flute … Continue reading
Welcome! Dwarf Planet #6
Not at all a surprise. This is actually why Pluto was demoted (it was finally explained to me earlier this year). Pluto, Eris, Makemake, Ceres, Haumea, and now this yet to be properly named dwarf planet: 2015-RR245!
After a nice weekend and very good day with my girls, I was relieved and pleased to come on to FB today and see not just 1, but 2 cases of Faith In Humanity.
My memory is a sieve. Some things stick, some things slip through.
Lol. I have no memory of this humorous moment, which only makes it more humorous, but is also why I try to write things down before I loose them. I’ve said for half my life: My memory is a sieve. … Continue reading
No Words, Only Tears
I haven’t posted anything because I don’t know what to say. I don’t know what to say to my two daughters as they grow up and start learning about these happenings that keep happening. The best I have so far … Continue reading