It’s a commuter milk run that I walk to from my house that drops me right next to where I work, so it seems pretty practical. It also gets me out of dealing with our unconscionable traffic so I can shitpost from my phone.
None of my clothes fit anymore. They have cafeterias everywhere with subsidized food that is portion controlled and full of vegetables. Hell, I could eat vegetarian every day of the week and not get bored... So much variety that I have yet to resort to a burger, with options including (I’m sure at least a few are…
Ornamental cherry trees start blooming...
I was forced to turn my air conditioner on because it was hot this week. The weather is so bipolar that we have to run the house with a hot and cold limit, too.
Wait for it, it’s worth it.
As you may have been following, a job change has been in the cards for a while, I just couldn’t quite find the right one... After light negotiation, I signed the offer letter and will be starting on April 15th, or at my earliest convenience.
Employment-related stuff, so here’s a sweet car.
(Warning: Shitpost) He has gone through a lot of milestones over the last 16 weeks, but I feel like this is a big one. He is going with us on an international trip to Mexico just before his first birthday (to the usual spot his familia de la madre does annually), so he’ll get to ride in one of these death traps...
Warning: Not car related. Swagger wagon buffer image below for those not interested.
Only about a month or so left before he should be born. Exciting, but also starting to have nightmares about things going wrong. My wife is also doubting everything on the names we have chosen even though we had a hard time coming up with options we liked.
Was posted to a group of jerks I belong to and I have no clue where it came from.
Sorry about the shaky video. Handheld shot with my iPotato.
...and it will probably want something like this one day.
I need to plan a trip there sometime to see this in person...
Last week I flew to hell (SLC, which between heat and allergens is totally inhospitable), picked up a car, then made my way to Yellowstone National Park for a vacation. This was the car we received when I reserved a “Prestige” collection 7-seater semi-dice-roll vehicle (Hertz Z4, described as an LR Discovery or…
This Swagger Wagon appears to be dragging something.
It’s also really easy to see into for the amount it rejects. I mean, it’s clearly tinted, but it’s not murdered out.
In case you just needed another reason to drive our fabulous backroads when it’s dry and warm (you know, the 3-4 weeks a year, if we’re lucky), I’m seeing the first of the trailing blackberries starting to ripen here in the Seattle area.