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Podcast by a PCV in Malawi on HIV/AIDS. Blogging it so I remember to listen when I home from work. :) WordPress keeps eating my posts. I have a sneaking suspicion that the problem is actually one of operator error. How could I, brilliant QA analyst (haha!) and technical writer that I am, mess up WordPress? Very simple, actually. If you don’t click save before closing the window, YOUR POST...

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In which t gets some vitamin D

Strawberry pickin’ was awesome. Between the 10 of us, we picked about 80 lbs. Possibly a little excessive, but well worth it, I think. Turns out that daquiris made from freshly picked strawberries and top-shelf rum are amazing. I spent some time with people I don’t normally get to see, and met some new ones that I will never see again. All in all, it was a pretty perfect day.продвижение...

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If things look funny, it’s b/c I’m playing with the themes on my lunch break. FYI. Update: things will look like poo until I have some free time . . . possibly on Sunday. Peace.что дает регистрация в каталогах

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Still not GTD.

I am very much a creature of routine. When I’m running according to habits, I don’t forget things. Everything’s got a time and place, and that gives me the freedom to make little changes, and keep track of what’s going on. It’s a “mind like water” sort of thing. When I don’t have a routine, things tend to fall through the cracks. My way of solving that is to make...

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In which t thinks about your underwear

Oh, and a thing about socks and underwear. Get a few new packs. Then, after you are in country, don’t wear all of them! Every month or on a particularly bad time, bust out a new pair. Trust me, in the Peace Corps, there is nothing like a virgin pair of socks and underwear. From the peace corps mailing list on yahoo. Indeed.сайт

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OMG OMG OMG. threadless is having a sale. Now, instead of simply coveting their t-shirts, I can afford to actually buy them. :-d Just in time to destroy them in the PC. Hellsyeah! Yeah, I’ve got hipster-envy. Wanna make something over it? I also just realized that all of the photos I have of myself on flickr are terrible. I mean, because I’m clearly a 6′ tall blonde-haired blue-eyed scandinavian...

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I was browsing (at work, of course) today on craigs list, and I found a beautiful post in the “best of.” This guy was looking for a travel partner in Morroco. He said “Meet me in Casablanca,” which I could very easily do. So I emailed him, of course. The post was too old, and the anonymous forwarding no longer worked. Anyway, it’s dumb, but I’m disappointed, because that’s an...

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In which t experiences a vague discomfort

<edit> Went to dinner last night. It was weird. I don’t know why I’m posting about this. </edit> Anyway. My Peace Corps preperations are well underway. I am now the proud owner of an easily packed non-stick frying pan, a Leatherman (yay!), polo shirts, and other assorted L.L.Bean goodness. There’s so much to do before I leave, and I’m really just not on the ball with it, if by “not...

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In which Theresa can’t think of a funny title

I’ve moved back in with my parents, which is alternately comforting and depressing. Either way, I’m here until July 5, when staging begins in Philly. Yesterday I hit up the L.L.Bean factory store (read: outlet) for some Peace Corps junx, which wasn’t entirely an exersize in futility, but close. As it turns out, the factory store is great if you need cheap clothes, but not so great if you’re looking...

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Desperate Singles in Aisle 3

Singles look for love at megastores. “A few years ago, when my friend was going through her divorce, I said to her: ‘If you want to meet guys, I don’t recommend a bar. But I do frequent Home Depot,’” Lawrence, N.Y., relationship expert Debbie Mandel said. “And then before you knew it, people would come over and talk to you. You’re looking at tiles, they’re looking at tiles; you’re looking...