March 30th, 2015

Macbeth the Usurper


Last night, I had a dream where I was kissing this girl that I hadn't seen for a while. It was so cool seeing her again and she was really happy to see me two. After some tingly kisses, she asked me, curiously, "What other girls are you kissing? Besides you wife. I know about her."

Yeah, dreams are funny. My wife got a laugh out of it.

This weekend involved digging up many elephant grass tufts. I made great progress pulling these things out all week long, and on the weekend, I dug out a rather large chunk. I now have one left in the back yard and one left in the front. After this, I'll let them dry out for a while, then pound the dirt off of them with a shovel. That might happen in the spring, or that might wait until the autumn.

Don't ask me what will grow in that area instead. I have no clue, but it will be rather junglish.

Jenny write and practiced a storytelling gospel for church, from the POV of Mary Magdelein, doing a rather wonderful job of it. It contained many elements that I rather enjoyed. Yay for Jenny.

The kitchen sink backed up again, so this time I decided to try baking soda and vinegar. I chased that with a few quarts of boiling water. That seems to have done the trick. I couldn't get the thing to back up.