My version of save the cheerleader save the world.


Yes it really does relate, the dog sweat smell over here could very well bring down kingdoms and principalities.

Today I had two kinds of pie for breakfast.

pi are round

Long live that truest American dream, the breakfast of champions.

the deepest of cover

July 4, 2017



lake tree

abbey moth



overseas taste





Ohh, interesting, I just thought.

I thought it about this note on one of my class outlines:

Note that the module is the part of the COMET “Climatology for Forecasters” series, which includes Introduction to Statistics for Climatology.

I wish that our education system and society were set up in a way that would allow you to learn about something and do something real with that information as you go. Like, first class learn some history about the cultural interplay between natural resources and societal structure; first class, also do something intrinsically useful for a relevant real-world community, using what you learned today. It wouldn’t be such a stretch for schools to pair each lesson with an engagement program. I think it would make learning much more fun and incorporate it into more memory groups so it would stick around longer.

The main point however, is that as you went through school doing intrinsically useful things for the world, you could kind of count all that work as a job, and then: then you could go to school forever and learn everything.

Everybody wants to rule the world.

rockin’ evenly

June 27, 2017

That scene in Downton Abbey where Matthew finally lets Mosely help him with his cuff links makes me cry real tears. There is nothing better than a human being sweet. Not even forests. Maybe forests.

dear world:

June 20, 2017

Jason and I both hereby pledge that regardless of circumstance, neither of us ever has to wear anything that the other one makes.

First garden yield 

and stalwart defender of raspberry bushes