Okay, so it hasn’t been all work lately. Here’s some things I’ve been doing and finding when I could have been posting here.
There was my favorite festival, the W. C. Handy Music Festival. For one week you can find live music almost anywhere in town. There are free outdoor concerts, live music at most restaurants and bars, live music at schools and churches, and an art exhibit.
A sunset hike at Key Cave National Wildlife Refuge with a local group.
Watching the hummingbirds chase each other around my feeder. Either there was a bumper crop of baby hummingbirds this year or they are migrating through or a little of both. I’ve seen as many as 5 hummingbirds around the feeder. (Click photo to embiggen.)
This to That tells you which glue to use to glue anything to anything else (via How About Orange).
A funny video about spiders and drugs. (Make sure you watch to the end.)
Another video that’s not what it seems about a mouse, a mouse trap, and cheddar cheese by an animatronics and robotics specialist.
I’m not a quilter but the Victoria and Albert Museum has an online software that converts an uploaded image into a quilt pattern. It seems like you could also use it for other purposes, such as mosaics (which I also don’t do).
This Molecular Gastronomy Kit from ThinkGeek looks intriguing and a little scary when you look at the kit contents.
Awwww… Tiger kitten. Check out those paws!
For those of you who wondered if the ferrets would go in the shower with the water running, the answer is yes.
“Hey mom, did you know it rains in here?” – Dexter