Late night Olympics watching
I Tweeted my 16,000 Tweet today. My first one was in September 2008. Wow and kind of weird. What do I say? Not enough or too much?
“Minnesota Chapter.” Ninety-Nines Magazine 44, No. 1, (January/February 2018): 34.
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy lifted off today. It would have been better to be in Florida, but I live-streamed from the comfort of my computer and it was still amazing and beautiful. And the two boosters landing at the same time? Wickedly cool. A truly historic flight. Plus there is now a little red car floating in space on its way to Mars.
The last publication of 2017!
“Minnesota Chapter.” Waypoint: North Central Section, The Ninety-Nines, Inc. Vol. 8, Issue 2, (Fall 2017): 15-16.
This morning was the Super Blue Blood Moon! I set the alarm for 6am, bundled up as it was 28 degrees and falling outside, and almost slipped on ice which was now covered up under the fresh snow. I saw snowplows going by and the neighbor leaving for work. It was so calm and crisp for this triple moon: Blood Moon, Super Moon, & Eclipse. It was pretty amazing watching the moon go into eclipse even if there were too many trees in my backyard. I was outside for almost an hour and it was so cold that a few times my eyes started to tear up. My last photo before I want inside to a warm house to feed the cats (and go back to sleep), found the sun rising and my clothing choices becoming apparent.
Ginger and Candy modeling the latest in Boring company hats. Sadly the boring snail would beat the boring cat. @boringcompany #CatsDontLikeHats
Happy Burns Night!
#BurnsNight2018 #BurnsNight #BurnsDay #rabbieburns
Deep fried Twinkies in the middle of January. Weird, but true. They were “not bad”.