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Say what?

http://bestone.com.au/?COLLCC=3451479152 [during some conversation about monkeys]

follow url Timothy: We saw monkeys at the zoo.

iqoption il broker Katherine: What?!

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Secret pants!

[Background note: Timothy’s birthday is coming up, and Katherine has been making something in great secrecy, banishing Timothy to his office for periods of time. (This is like banishing Brer Rabbit to the briar patch. But we digress.) —Ed.]

Clara: … Presents.
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New media

Sneezy pumpkin

Some new photos are up on the Gallery - both miscellaneous Fall people shots and a separate album for Halloween shots (and I assume I’ll have more tomorrow). I’m particularly excited about the sneezy pumpkin that Clara, Katherine and I made today, and about the new video I’ve finally managed to figure out how to publish from my camera phone.

I think I’ve got stuff set up correctly now so that new additions to the Gallery will automatically show up on the left side of this site. This without a single line of code, because Gallery publishes changes in RSS and Drupal can subscribe to them. Did I mention Drupal rocks?

Sump pump connection

You may recall that one of the features of my sump pump alarm was that I could theoretically hear it from bed.

It turns out that I can not only hear it from bed, I can hear it from bed while the train that woke me up is still passing through and the life companion is snoring. At almost exactly two AM. So that’s good to know. I would have been OK if that theory had never been confirmed, though.

And as I stumbled into my clothes and outside to the basement door, trying to avoid opening my eyes at all, I remembered Candace asking whether I really wanted a gadget that would click here read more...

Go Nutz!

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p>Equipment: saucepan, STRONG wooden spoon.

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ol> Maple-covered nuts

  • Bring syrup to a boil in a saucepan (preferably nonstick) that is larger than you think you will need. The syrup will foam up, plus you will eventually be stirring the nuts vigorously.

  • The time this step takes will depend on your equipment:
    If you have a candy thermometer, bring the syrup to 235 F.
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