||[Nov. 21st, 2010|10:11 am]
Pari helped me shaping some challah for the sci-fi club T-Day dinner. We got through most of the apricot challah leftovers by making a huge stack of french toast this morning, and still have much of a blueberry loaf left. The kids were behaving themselves moderately well, meaning we could actually look away for brief moments rather than holding their hands for the entire time we were there. |
I have my book on setting up a nonprofit, so the Lawrence Zombie Walk is a step closer towards gaining it's 501(c)(3) status (I should get used to writing that out, have a feeling I'll be doing it a lot in the next several months). My goal is to have it set up in time to get sponsors for next year's walk, and see how big we can build it from there.
I'm most of the way through the first book in a compilation called "Orcs" which is surprisingly about, well, orcs. The Amazon reviews were lukewarm, but I've been enjoying it. Kinda like watching Underworld, you were expecting cheese and ended up with good cheese and some crackers to boot. Doesn't mean it's a full meal, but enjoyable.
Pari asking what the opposite of lunch is has lead to an interesting Facebook discussion. So far my favorite answers for the opposite of lunch is a late night Taco Bell run, fasting, and sleep. I still say Marz's argument is invalid because she's going with the logic that an opposite is a negative, and I think it should be a reflected opposite. I think this explains the difference in how we think.
The kids were awake way too early for a Sunday. So unfair.