Seaweed and beached shellfish

albert - June 28, 2010 @ 10:36 pm

I walked outside to pull our trash bins off the curb and for a split second I got the feeling of my brother’s house, City of Virginia Beach, circa 1998.

Something about wearing a t-shirt on a cool humid summer evening, the air moving gently and carrying the smell of the ocean at low tide under orange floodlight skies.

I could almost imagine the car on the curb was a 91 Prism.

Week 16

albert - @ 10:25 pm

It’s time to start a baby registry, which is a bit mind blowing. Since we haven’t seen an ultrasound, don’t know what sex the baby is and Catie can’t feel it moving yet, filling a registry is shopping for an abstract concept. It’s like buying stuff for Catie’s stomach.

I can actually see her growing now and I get more than a little excited to see her coming home at the end of each day bigger than she was when she left.

I found out today that XtraCycle makes an ATSM compliant child seat to go on the back of their cargo bicycles.

Week 15

albert - June 16, 2010 @ 10:02 pm

…and starting to show. Well, I can see it at least. She’s pretty much back to her normal energy levels but is attack at least a couple times a day by brutal hungers.

Giant dragons who live on brick bridges shouldn’t stomp around

albert - @ 9:59 pm

Finally. Today I am a man.

MMR vaccine vs Autism

albert - @ 12:15 pm

Excellent  comic:

The world has been transformed by scientific knowledge yet suspicion of science seems never to have been higher. Fear and anger have obliterated rational discourse. Facts and evidence are seen as just a matter of opinion rather than a proven truth and blind unreasoning belief is considered as valid as critical thinking

Great Expectations

albert - June 7, 2010 @ 9:58 pm

Fuh Real.

Due date December 6th.

Can you believe it? I still can’t quite picture it.

I know it’s going to be an amazing trip though.

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