Thursday, July 26, 2007

Almost there...

Almost there..., originally uploaded by kllamb.

Almost packed up, less than 48 hours from moving. Once again, my life in boxes. When does the merry-go-round end?

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Moving sucks

I'm great at packing.

I'm great at unpacking.

It's that unpleasant middleness that's going to make my life suck for the next week or so.

Friday, July 20, 2007

Dude, it's my iPhone's great-granddaddy!

fudder %u25CF%u25CF%u25CF neuigkeiten aus freiburg:�The very first iPhone

1983. My lifetime To think what the next 25 years holds...maybe Emily's wish to have a Google button in her brain will come to fruition.

Sunday, July 15, 2007

Odd day

I am sitting on my new porch and this guy just went by in an orange
shirt carrying a bag of Cheetos and two orange sodas.

Wonder what his favorite color is?

Friday, July 06, 2007


My orchid is in bloom, again. I'm so proud of it:

Monday, July 02, 2007

Twilight zone

I think it's really weird when I do a Google search for information and find something I posted to a message board years ago. Below, something I posted to's message boards during my sophomore year of undergrad:

I was there for the whole month of July, so saw quite a bit - I had an arts class that had a field trip a day. Scoured the city for Wagner architecture and Klimt paintings (the Belvedere was super), Historiches Museum Der Stadt Wien, Secession, Karlkirche, the whole Ring, Stephansdom, tried out the flomarkt (not impressed, sadly), did the "summer night films" at the Rathaus thing several times, saw "Don Quixote" at Theater an der Wien, "The Barber of Seville" at the Schonbrunn, ate entirely too much eis at that stand on the Ring at the Swedenplatz U-Bahn stop, and spent many a night at the Chestnut Tree (Zun Narrischen Kastanienbaum) on Strozzigasse, my favorite restaurant on this entire planet.

I would really love to go back to Vienna someday, and sit under the chestnut trees in the back again and have wiener schnitzel and garlic cream soup, then stroll through the city just soaking it up. Can soaking up cities be a full-time past-time?