Interstellar Adventures

September 5, 2006

Tuesday Stew — and then some

Filed under: Interstellar Casa,Mr. Wonderful,Rants & Opinions — by InterstellarLass @ 7:33 am

It’s going to be slightly luke-warm today, as a cold front has moved into Lass’ head. There’s a 80% chance of non-stew related posting.

Blah: Why do I have to get sick on a holiday weekend? And then why do I have to feel insufficiently cruddy to be able to call into work on the first day back?

Goodbye: I’m so sad and so sorry for Steve Irwin’s family. As crazy as the man was, you could see he was passionate about his work, passionate about his family, and passionate about life. I wish more people showed the same passion. Really, I’m very sad about this. I loved his show, and I love watching him. We even went to see his really, really bad movie. And I still liked it. I even won second place in a Halloween costume contest once by dressing up like him. And I wrestled the ‘gator too.

Disappointed: Nick and I went to the DMA on Saturday. I was disappointed by their exhibits. We got there late (our own fault) and the line to see the Tiffany exhibit was too long. So we explored the rest of the exhibits. I’ve seen the permanent collection too many times, so when the special exhibits were beyond dull and boring. How is a two-inch piece of rope with three nails considered art? The best we could do was go hunt down the Mondrian’s held in the DMA’s permanent collection. I still think the Kimbell is better.

*****

We got our room finished this weekend. Freya was framed, and we found a Klimt print that Nick really liked.

   

The other exiciting thing? Can you see it?

9 Comments »

  1. I was sick this weekend, too. Not how I wanted to spend a long weekend.

    And congrats on getting the room done! It looks great.

    So sad about Steve Irwin. 😦

    Comment by Gypsy — September 5, 2006 @ 7:42 am |Reply

  2. Oh my God! Your bedroom looks fabulous!

    Comment by Jolynn — September 5, 2006 @ 10:30 am |Reply

  3. Sorry you were sick!

    your bedroom looks great. At least you were sick in a nice room, right?

    Comment by nancy — September 5, 2006 @ 12:08 pm |Reply

  4. Sorry you had to ring out the summer by being sick. Yuck.

    I’m really sad about Steve Irwin too. I think he was a real role model for us all, and I never even dressed up like him. What a great idea!

    What’s the other exciting thing? What?

    Comment by AbbyNormal — September 5, 2006 @ 12:51 pm |Reply

  5. I know, the Steve Irwin accident is so sad. Geez, did he love his kids!!

    I love Klimt and how appropriate for the boudoir!!! And I think it’s sad that anyone should say that a museum is boring. That’s the curators fault not yours. I walk by the state museum of PA and there’s a giant stuffed chick in the window. Don’t know why, don’t want to know. When I graduate next year, I hope to ensure there are no more boring museums…at least in the central PA area.

    Comment by carnealian — September 5, 2006 @ 6:02 pm |Reply

  6. Did Nick get his ears pierced????

    Comment by carnealian — September 5, 2006 @ 6:03 pm |Reply

  7. IL,
    Room looks great! Sorry you were sick – hope you’re feeling better. Is Nick’s mohawk missing?
    WC

    Comment by sarah flanigan — September 5, 2006 @ 8:48 pm |Reply

  8. Looks very nice, Lass.

    What is the other exciting things? I’m no good at these games 🙂

    Comment by Bone — September 5, 2006 @ 11:10 pm |Reply

  9. It had been great to read using your posting. I really appreciated the few minutes that I spent reading it and want to leave a comment to express that….Cheers

    Comment by Abbott — September 7, 2011 @ 1:40 pm |Reply


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