How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

  • Mood:


This evening, Cate and I are going to Noah's birthday party. Noah being Elizabeth's son, who's turning six. His party will be held at McDonalds, and apparently, there's a wager as to wether or not I'll end up in the playplace with the kids.

Poll #187519 Playplace

What do you think I'm going to do?

End up in the playplace?
Or be a responsible adult?

Now, we'll be gifting him with a nice homemade cloak (which he really really wants) with a belt pouch. Cate is being lovely with the sewing of this. Meanwhile, while we remembered to get fabric, we forgot a card? However, a little time with the GIMP and in java, he now has this lovely scrolling image of "Happy Birthday Noah" on a CD. Because yeah, I am that geek. I'm not sure if he's geek enough to enjoy it the same way I would have, but it's cool and novel, and I think it's shiny enough for him to get into. We'll see.

  • Strange Things People Say About Me (to my face)

    Recently, I've been at the center of a trend. That trend is complete strangers asking me "Are you ____?" A quick summary. For example: Are you…

  • Writer's Block: If I could find my way

    -10,000 years, at minimum. Tomorrow is always better than today, especially when you can't fact-check.

  • Bob Morlang

    When I was working at Tri-Mount, we had these camp trucks. They were army surplus, and while they could take a beating, they only sort of worked. And…

  • Post a new comment


    Comments allowed for friends only

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

  • 1 comment