Good things are happening. I’m always struck by the propensity to moan and thrash about over the perceived negative things that happen to us while disregarding and ignoring the need to say thanks for the good. Caught it this time, thank God (no pun intended). Also been thinking about that old idea that — and pardon the butchering here — heaven once attained works backward so that even the hardest and darkest times in life take on a quality of providence. I like the idea. I think I’ll believe it.
In any event, new work opportunities are opening up and are giving me the joy of learning a new open-source platform while simultaneously appeasing the newshound in me. This nerd couldn’t be happier if they turned the Dungeons and Dragons cartoon into a live-action film (which I’ve always secretly hoped they’d do). In case you’re unfamilar, bear witness to the glory:
So, more on all that later. For now, here are things to ponder and chew on. Because I like to be helpful that way. I don’t care if you don’t get it.
Per Austen, pardon the language. But I do so love someone who just tells it like it is. Especially since I recently had dinner with someone who’s stories definitely don’t end with “and then I got home.”
This is an important distinction that will not get the play it deserves. Important because a) it speaks to how little it takes to actually freeze the internet and b) how even the more secular countries in the region still do this kind of shite.
Because this person will likely procreate — if they haven’t already — and that should scare you.
Because, yeah, pretty much. (h/t Miss Christine)
Because this is just the last desperate grasp of some really juvenile people.
Because Ms. Bunny loves you and that should make you happy.
Because some friends are going to this and I failed to get tickets. Big fail.
Because The Mohel and I were reminiscing this one and I think it’s sweet.
Because sometimes, I miss my home.