Cancer Journey Begins

30 October 2013 we went to the oncologist, Barbara Bowers. I need to get a PET/CT scan, but before I can do that they have to draw about a pint of blood. They left me with a huge hematoma on my arm today, and no successful blood draw. I could not be staged today because … [Read more…]

Barbette Restaurant & Amusements

Everyone I know raves about Barbette. As a Francophile living in Minneapolis for now, I have wanted to try their food. Char, a 23 year old who has been friends with Simon since about seventh grade highly recommended it and the service staff. I trust Char. We go out to eat more since I was … [Read more…]

Internet Visibility

I read this post on Instagram, and the on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, because tools are redundant in 2014, and this IT recruiter said that recruiters are stalkers. Recruiters utilize the tools available to them to find the mete of your character. I wouldn’t go on a date without looking up my suitor online first. … [Read more…]

Picture Framing

Shopping around on Saturday, 22 February 2014, we had a vibrant 20″x24″ painting in the car that needed to be framed. Earlier in the week we drove to 50/Penn thinking that the Lake Harriet frame shop was still open, but now it’s a bead store. I used the ever helpful Google to find Nielsen Framing … [Read more…]

The 11-Sentence Paragraph

Zack and I wrote his horrid deconstruction of Shakespeare tonight for the Language Arts teacher from HELL school. Puke. I so despise Shakespeare. My BA thesis was Chaucer. I had to pick between Shakespeare and Chaucer, so I picked Chaucer. But I will admit Romeo & Juliet has a great soundtrack and Leo is amazing; … [Read more…]

Stones (Data) by Jacob Whaler

I get numerous emails weekly asking me to read a book, and I used to download free Kindle books daily that I found on Twitter; so I’m not sure which of those things I did to find this book, but I’m glad I did. In Colorado, while skiing, teenager Matt Newmark finds a stone that … [Read more…]