There was a place in Boulder did the BEST breakfast burrito. It was across the street from my dentist, so I got two of them per year;-)
#DIY #sewing #hat
Spouse is making hats! And I'm helping. Here is a wool tweed pillbox style hat she sewed out of some scrap wool from another project. It is lined with linen. The wool was pretty easy to work with. This a style is called a pilleus Pannonicus, or a Pannonian cap and was common in late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages.
i was listening to some teenagers talk in staccato in public, mimicking the way people talk in youtube videos when the ums, ahs and dead air is edited out, and i realized i was hearing an accent. like people from different towns and countries have accents, people from different parts of the Internet have accents.
Because I am getting too many strange signups in the last 24 hours and most people don't read the Terms of Service, I added a Temporary Notice to Masto.host Pricing page: https://masto.host/pricing/
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I hope that's clear enough :)
I'm hoping they are aimed at the Republicans who now get a chance to vote for impeachment and then to remove those who tried to overturn the election.
This isn't quite it - I don't use that medial 'r' much anymore, but some of the rest is close. It's a little fancier than my note-taking hand.
I use a somewhat eccentric roughly 14th century secretary hand for most things these days.
I would highly recommend the Medievalists of Color website for anybody interested in medieval history, and particularly the intersection of race and medieval studies (CW for eye contact on the website): https://medievalistsofcolor.com/
Actor/writer/musician/UNIX guru/cook/medievalist and more. http://www.aspiringluddite.com
Medievalists and Medieval-adjacent. Sort-of.