Yes, as a matter of fact, I AM wasting time on YouTube. (Don’t judge.) After all, it’s how I find glorious things such as this… Just under five minutes long, I promise it will make you laugh. Especially the final review covering a poor chap’s trip to Ben Nevis. Enjoy!
Per request, here’s a picture of me donning a homemade mask: This request came from none other than Brian of Bonnywood, who is encouraging we bloggers to set a good example and show our masked mugs to the world. Masks are pretty easy to make (I used these instructions, with elastic loops rather than ties).… Read More Making masks, doing projects, and killing time on YouTube
Yes, I know it’s not Easter anymore — wait, technically it is because according to the liturgical calendar, it lasts for 50 days. And hopefully by the end of those 50 days, we’ll be able to leave our houses, right? (Just trying to stay positive.) Back to the subject at hand… the subject being how… Read More Social Distancing for Easter – A choral version
For the last week or so at work, the various departments have been emailing Christmas greetings to all the employees. Most of them just have a graphic with a “Merry Christmas” message, a few showing more creativity than others. The couple I work with, known here as Mr. & Mrs. Boss, wanted to do something… Read More A digital Nativity tale
Saturday morning, while seeking a recipe for salt-free scrambled eggs, I found myself caught in the eternal autoplay loop of YouTube, over which I had no control whatsoever. To my knowledge it may be playing still. I’ll check later. (Yes, I know there’s a cancel button, but for reasons that shall soon be made clear,… Read More Cooking with Ignorance, Incompetence, and a Little T&A