You may have noticed I have not been submitting very good posts. That is probably because I am not getting very good information on any of my subject matter; and it's May, so that should probably be fixed.
I am going to start carrying some sort of note-taking device around to take notes of things, and then, at the end of the day, or at the beginning of the next day, post my notes here. I will probably also keep some draft posts on all of the species and things. That way there should actually be some blogging going on. (:
Will post tomorrow (Don't forget! I'll kill you, myself!)!
The lemons rot. The space shuttle experiments fail. The Earth is empty. There are no blog posts.
For an entire week there have been no blog posts. Why? Perhaps chemistry and economics; especially economics, when you put off reading that chapter about Malthus and Ricardo for a week. That we can blame on having to have had to do everything else. That sentence made no sense.
And now, those lemons I put out practically years ago have attracted no visible orioles... yes, maybe invisible orioles. Immaterial orioles. The oranges which were scavenged up from somewhere also disappeared. A case of tragic invisiblity transfer from orioles to oranges.
A cardboard space shuttle sits in its closet. We can blame a little bit of not blogging on it (I thought we hadn't done any tests since May 10th?). The testing for the launching materials has ended in the discovery that, at this point, the proportions are perfect and the bottle type is wrong. More on that once I finish the project. That will also be in the random category, hopefully accompanied by a plant or something.
What else? Barns be built, buntings be displeased by my existence, and so on. At any rate, there haven't been any posts for this week! I'll try tomorrow. The spirit of procrastination is strong with this one.
I like observing animals, especially birds. I also take care of the goats. I like goats.
My assistant photographer! She also takes care of African geese.
Another assistant photographer! She takes care of the rabbits, and the hutch is teeming with crawly things.