Walked for 5 hours today (September 18, 2005, 0) - I guess that satisfies my exercise quota. ;)
I wanted to get started in screen printing and decorating. I _could_
hand it off to someone to mass-produce, but I’ve got quirky ideas that
would probably make learning how to do it myself pay off.
I bought a screen printing kit and I’ll be making shirts for myself.
I’ll also make
Networking party in New York that I really, really want to go to (September 16, 2006, 0) - The Greater IBM Initiative is having its first party in New York City on Thursday, Sept 21. I really, really want to go and meet all these people in person. Why? Because I can do really really well face-to-face, and because I’d love to make those deeper connections. How can I make it happen?
It is the choices we make that show who we truly are, far more than our abilities (March 4, 2008, 5) -
“It is the choices we make, Harry, that show who we truly are, far more than our abilities,” said Albus Dumbledore to Harry Potter in JK Rowling’s The Philosopher’s Stone.
It’s always been a little intimidating, having all these doors open. It can be a struggle to find and listen to the small voice of
I’ll never buy a Moleskine again (January 9, 2010, 7) -
Hand-made notebooks are so awesome. Charo not only gave me a wonderful little notebook, she taught me how to make my own. I’ve got a feeling that this will be a lifelong craft. And it complements my interest in sewing, too. Now I can make notebooks that match my quirks and my clothes! ;)
Software and making pots (July 31, 2011, 2) - This is what software feels like. It’s squishy and floppy, and it falls over from time to time while you’re making it. It changes. And at the end of the day, we’d really, really, really like it to hold water. Or marbles, or kittens, or whatever people want to put into it.
I think I’m going