I rearranged some of the links here on the site and added a rotating script to change the couch logo. The photo couch should appear a third of the time and the original couch drawing the other two-thirds. Same script as the background-rotating script. I added the MORE LINKS page over on the right.
It rained most of Sunday afternoon, but it was 60 degrees or so, so I went to Ultimate anyway. After some calling around, we got six people to show up. Not enough for a game, really, but we threw around the flatball for a little more than an hour. It stopped raining for a while and I was almost completely dried out, but then it started again. After than I had to walk around Toys R Us, Target, Bob Evans and the grocery store with soaking wet socks and shoes. Somehow, I forgot about it most of the time. The sunset (right) on the drive home was nice.
I noticed something about THIS SIGN as I was driving home Saturday. It still says “INCREASE” on it, but the word has been moved down one line. What are they thinking?
I went to have lunch with Josh today, but by the time I got there — late — he’d already gone to get a sandwich, so I hung out while he ate. I was about to leave when I found out he was showing a video about Christo’s “RUNNING FENCE” (1976), so I stayed to watch that.
Bindi has been having some kind of problem with her foot. She’ll limp around, trying not to put her weight on it — then a while later she’ll be fine — then a couple days later she’s doing it again — then not — then again — then not. I asked at the vet and they said small dogs have problems with their knee caps popping out of place and then popping back, so we’re supposed to keep an eye on it. Hmmm.
Speaking of ailments, my neck problem has resurfaced. I had this thing for several months last year where I lost full movement of my neck. I started feeling it Saturday at work. Now I can only turn my head about 60 degrees to the right and I can’t really tilt it to the right either … gah!
Also today, my sister asked me for a list of the top 10 American Artists. I don’t think I’m up to figuring that out quickly, so I just made a list of notable ones. Here’s the list I sent her, though I think I was supposed to keep it to 10: Frank Lloyd Wright, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, Georgia O’Keefe, Norman Rockwell, Mark Rothko, Edward Hopper, Winslow Homer, John Singer Sargent, William Merritt Chase, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Mary Cassatt, Thomas Eakins, Frederic Remington, Roy Lichtenstein, Man Ray, Ansel Adams, Chuck Close. Any others I should add? Any sculptors? Furniture makers?