I have had this long-sleeved tee since college (for almost fifteen years now). I think it's finally almost had it, wouldn't you say? And it's not dirty, though it looks it - it's shadow created from all the frayed edges. It's almost to the point of being one giant thread held tenuously together.
Some of the guys I work with went out for Chinese the other day. They surprised me with hot and yummy spring rolls. I was touched that they remembered the duck sauce, too. How do you like my spontaneously crafted dipping cup?
My first washi tape craft. You'll see it soon...just not yet.
Someone got a haircut and isn't exactly pleased. Plus he doesn't like having his picture taken.
My dad teaches physics part-time at a local university. I saw this thing and thought he got whimsical or found an old toy somewhere in the house. Turns out this demonstrates certain physics principles that I can't remember. You wet the bird's beak and then the whole thing wobbles back and forth, drawing liquid up into the birds head. When the head gets full it stops swinging, then quickly dunks into the cup of water you set in front of it to wet its beak and start again. I completely forget what it's demonstrating but I like this stupid looking bird thingee.
How's all that for random, eh? Have a good Friday! Hopefully I'll be back soon with something more interesting than Chinese food and plastic birds :)