I was talking to someone on twitter today and we decided it would be fun to do some Internet caroling!
I’ve made a Facebook event page that anyone with an account can signup for. All you have to do tomorrow at 3pm EST is post lyrics to some Christmas carols on Twitter and Facebook!
See . . . → Read More: Tweet Caroling!
Once again, my partner and I find ourselves 5,000 miles away from home this Thanksgiving. So we’ve just done what we do every year, for the past 4 years. We’ve eaten dinner at a Chinese buffet.
And this was my dessert plate.
There’s a hundred thousand reasons for me to be thankful for. House, home, partner, . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving!
Today is 11.11.11
In England it’s Remembrance Day. At 11:11 people observe two minutes of silence to remember members of the armed forces who have passed away. It was first observed here in 1919, one year exactly after the official end of World War I .
Other people consider this to be Nigel Tufnel Day, who had a . . . → Read More: 11.11.11
Last night was Bonfire night. You might know it by the name Guy Fawkes Night.
It’s always celebrated on the 5th of November (remember, remember, the 5th of November), and according to Wikipedia bonfires were there from the very beginning. Guy Fawkes was a member of a group of provincial English Catholics who in 1605 . . . → Read More: Bonfire night
Apparently it’s Autumn.
I was raised in Los Angeles, so perhaps this is the reason I don’t get the concept of seasons. Back where I’m from there’s torrential rain for a week in April, July gets really hot and for a week or so the temperature reaches 110 F, and during December and January the heater is . . . → Read More: They call this Autumn