Monthly Archives: February 2010
I read this Organic Gardening article about farming in Kauai, and the most interesting part to me was the information on taro. The taro root serves a similar position to the potato in Hawaiian cuisine. In Michael Pollan’s The Botany of Desire, he describes how there were hundreds of different varieties of potatoes created to … Continue reading
Liked Kim Yu-N’s blue princess outfit, but I loved Mao Asada’s red and black fire demon outfit.
Didn’t know Boner was Chekhov’s son. http://www.eonline.com/uberblog/b168878_cnn_offers_prayers_koenig_family_in.html
Potato plants sprouted. Snails cut down my flowering peas. I’ll have to put up a copper barrier. Plum and peach trees are flowering.
E is so excited that his namesake won the men’s figure skating competition that he’s told me not to delete his performance from the HTPC.
“Outlaw the use of subtherapeutic antibiotics on farm animals.” http://food.theatlantic.com/sustainability/feeding-you-and-bacteria-too.php
This morning, only the red cherry shrimp are swimming all over the thank while the CRS are pretty mellow. I notice the CRS seem to like to Nutrafin MAX Complete Micro Granules more than the Hikari Crab Cuisine
My New Year’s Resolution was to run 10 miles a week or 500 miles in a year. Now I have plantar fascitis on my left foot due to too much mileage too fast. I can’t believe I’m injured due to 10 miles a week of running. The last time I had this injury was back … Continue reading
E says hockey is harder than speed or figure skating since you have to avoid other people.
Drove through Sunnyvale Town and Country over the weekend and it looked like it had been hit by a neutron bomb. So sad.