Observed on the drive to Allerton yesterday: Flooded fields with 4-inch high corn plants look like a lot like rice paddies.
It’s almost May Day! And I don’t have a May pole! But I do have a maple, so that’s okay.
I could have sworn trademarked hot sauces weren’t invented until the neolithic. (Does look yummy.) https://paleomagonline.com/spicy-buffalo-chicken-meatballs/ #paleo #recipes
In which I mention Aaron Pareki’s Now page primarily as a test of WebMentions, and also a test of post titles with a word after the date (rather than before, the way I’d been doing it).
In related news, I’m planning to start using the “image” and “link” post types for sharing photos and links.
All appear on my website as well as in my microblog (which is really the point).
If I ever own a restaurant, the menu is going to have an artichoke hearts of darkness salad.
The complex layers of post-storm clouds, blowing past in different directions at different altitudes, make dramatic patterns in the early morning sunlight.
The tax return I filed online more than a day earlier was “accepted” by the IRS 8 minutes before midnight last night.
My dad and his wife are visiting!