Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Zombie Knitter, Aug 10, 2012.
@ auntiehill: Your new glasses look really nice. I like especially that they seem to be a bit bigger compared with my own glasses. I've got my new glasses back in 2007. Back then it was fashionable to have small glasses but now I find it rather annoying since you can always see the frame.
@ Saga: I love the second picture!
^Thanks, sellina. Yes, I used to have small reading glasses--hubby called them "old lady glasses." Seeing the top of the frame got really annoying. Now that I have to wear them more often, the bigger lens is much nicer.
Great pics, everyone. Keep more of 'em coming!
Throwback Thursday! Me and roommate...before we were roommates. So, like, 10 years ago.
The tree in my front yard this morning
This is the wall in my room. It's not only there to keep me sane, it's also there to inspire my 7 year old niece, and 3 year old nephew, into learning more about science and math. Granted, my nephew is a little young to grasp everything here, but maybe the pretty pictures will get him thinking. My niece, though, I have her intrigued by science, and I'm going to work it as much as I can.
(click the thumbnails for larger sizes)
Also, yes, pony in the corner, because that's how I roll.
Thanks! Given how deserted the street was at that moment, it felt like I had walked onto a movie set.
Really cool photos Saga and Davros!
And J. Allen I'm absolutely offended* by the relative cleanliness and orderliness of your workstation.
* And by offended I actually mean I'm envious of it. It looks awesome. I may have to try cleaning my own this weekend.
The joys of bartending...
Looks like they didn't *want* to ask for assistance.
Drunk dude could barely stand (he was drunk before he arrived at my place, and I refused to serve him). On his way out the door, he fell into the window.
Lovely. I'm guessing sir drunkie drunk ended his night at the e.r.? Looks like blood to the lower left down by the floor.
I hope he wasn't too badly injured.
I hope that guy's okay. I've never seen anyone break a window at a local bar or restaurant. Drunken fights and arguments are plenty enough without having to dodge flying shards of door or window glass.
The guy was fine, as far as we could tell. One of his friends cut his hand a bit trying to help him up, but nobody got hurt too bad.
Go figure. The idiot that causes it all walks away unscathed, a buddy gets nicked, and your boss gets left with the bill. Good thing you're in IL. Here in FL, the buddy that got cut would probably try to sue your boss for the cut.
Well, technically, our insurance gets left with the bill.
That's actually less orderly than how I like it, but I have so many things in this small room, it's hard to find places for it all, and what sucks is 90% of it isn't even mine!
I think she's going to love it.
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