Saturday, October 23, 2010


I like thinking about my thoughts. It's interesting to visualize their flow. Makes pretty shapes. Sometimes the shapes are circular.

In the car on the way home from Bikram this afternoon:

Recollection of The Husband telling me that he misses Jessica.
I remember I have some CDs that Jessica made for me in my CD player (actually every CD in my 6-disc changer is from that particular music maven).
I unplug my phone, switch to CD mode. CD 5, song 1: Jason Mraz's "Burning Bridges."
Sister Caitlyn's favorite sandwich from Gandolfo's is The Burning Bridge.
So is Tadd's.
Tadd's a firefighter.
And we're back to "Burning Bridges."


I just left a message for my mom that started, I've decided to become a web developer in my spare time ... (snicker snicker).

I'm in the shallow end of my foray into Dreamweaver. I've grown out of playing with Blogger's CSS templates. I messed with iWeb a little but decided it didn't allow me enough freedom. And now I've taken Buffy's advice and a deep breath and plunged into a development program. It's slow going, but I'm having a very good time.


Jessica said...

Burning Bridges was an excellent song choice. Love that one.

I'm impressed by your motivation to try something new and love it in the process.

cat+tadd=sam said...

I'm flattered to appear on thy blog. Care to use my blog as a guinea pig for your new blogger designs?

Tricia said...

my favorite gandolfo's is the brooklyn bridge, and you need to hear John Mayer's "Slow Dancing in a Burning Room".

Winder said...

I love that I am not the only one in this world to work in thought circles.

tom lindsey said...

Let me know when you are a confident web developer ...

I don't go to Gandolpho's anymore; they won't make a 1/2 Madison Square Garden.

Megan said...

Cat, no more blogger for me. I'm working from scratch. It's scary.

Tom, that's MY sandwich! And I've had one Gandolfo's make me a half Madison Square Garden. Just one. And I'm forever disappointed with all the others. But those marinated mushrooms...oh my.

And I doubt I'll ever be a confident web developer. But I'll be sure to holler when I am. Ha.