I’m supposed to be writing test documentation reports right now. Only I’ve got the beginnings of some dumb parody song stuck in my head.
Squiddo is selling chocolate to raise money for summer camp. I brought one of the boxes to work. On the way in, before I dropped the boys off at school, “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?” came up on the shuffled play lists. So of course my brain started coming up with alternate lyrics. I need to push this off the stack so I can go back to the reports I’ve got to get done.
“Do You Want to Buy Some Chocolate?”
(To the tune of “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?”
Do you want to buy some chocolate?
It’s a fund raiser for my kid.
He wants to go to summer camp
so he’s selling sweets
to help him pay his way-
It used to be much cheaper
to go to camp,
but now it costs much more!
So do you want to buy some chocolate?
It doesn’t have to be some chocolate,
I’ve got Twizzlers, too.
Some day I will get tired of these Pi day posts. Today is not that day.
Some day I will also write something substantial to post here. Again, today is not that day.
I warned you. Didn’t I warn you I was going to post this?
No more of these, I promise. (This time, for sure!)
(Hello future me! Look at how you planned ahead and scheduled this post. Is that cheating? Do I care?)
without any sort of updates here. Longer if you don’t count the dumb date stuff.
I’ve been online, really I have – just not blogging.
One more, because why not?
11/12/13 @ 14:15:16
Remember how I said I wouldn’t be doing any more posts like this? Well – I lied.
Happy (next to) last sequential date/time day. (Look for one more on December 13th, 2014)
It’s been a long time since I posted a recipe; or really, anything, to be totally honest.
My aunt recently sent me a couple of my grandmother’s recipes, including the one for her gingersnaps. It’ one of those things that brings back strong memories of childhood and holidays, and I wanted to share it.
Continue reading Honey’s Gingersnaps
I promise this is the LAST time I’ll be doing a post like this…
I picked this up from the on-site shop during my son’s last Cub Scout Rocket Jamboree. It’s a pretty simple kit, but I wanted to take my time building it and documenting the process. My goal was to really pay attention to the final finish of the rocket. I’ve been reading several other build logs, and I picked up more than a couple of tricks I wanted to try out.
Click the link above to read the entire build log. (hosted on RocketReviews.com)
I really should use this blog for more than commenting on calendar-based silliness….