Here's a gif for your troubles:
When the posting expires, it's going to the dump, so help save this poor bookshelf from a horrible fate!
There's something like 150 people dancing their booty off, barefoot, on a gleaming antique dance floor.
Your dance church... waiting for you.
When: Sunday, May 2, 10:30am - 12:30pm
Where: Tiffany Center, 2nd Fl., 1410 SW Morrison, Portland, OR
Cost: $8 - $10 (sliding scale)
At that rate, the spill could easily eclipse the worst oil spill in U.S. history — the 11 million gallons (41 million liters) that leaked from the grounded tanker Exxon Valdez in Alaska's Prince William Sound in 1989 — in the three months it could take to drill a relief well and plug the gushing well 5,000 feet (1,500 meters) underwater on the sea floor.
Ultimately, the spill could grow much larger than the Valdez because Gulf of Mexico wells typically hold many times more oil than a single tanker."
We have a kitchen that didn't originally have one, and will need some cabinet removal near our sink and kitchen tap to install it.
I also decided to start a garden, having previously timidly gotten a few plants here and there before and prayed for them not to die with a variety of success. I just decided to GO for it this time though. I got a few starter herbs (thyme and rosemary) and then one of those jiffy greenhouses and planted 2 kinds of beans, oregano, sage, lavender and chives. I'm mainly interested in growing herbs and things I can use in cooking, at least for now. My mom's got quite the green thumb and while I absorbed her cooking/baking skills I never really absorbed the gardening skills so I'm sort of flying blind. So I'm hoping maybe you wonderful people (damned though you may be) might have some sage (ha....ha....ha...) advice or good resources you can point me to. I'm in an apartment and have a small balcony so when they grow up enough I'm going to have to figure out a fun way to put everything together and make it fit out there. Not sure how big or small I should go or whether I should get one planter (maybe trough style I'm thinking) or a few smaller ones, or some other marvelous idea. I know I need to work my way up in pot size for the moment though. And then I'd love some advice or resources that explain the painful basics. How much to water, what to expect at different stages, WTF 'thinning' means and how much to do it w/o killing the plant, pruning, etc. etc. Something that basically assumes I'm an idiot and explains very carefully. I get a few magazines that include gardening ideas but these and most resources I see seem to be mostly geared towards gardening when you have a house and lots of space, etc. I'd love it if there was some kind of magazine or resource that was like "Apartment Living!" for things like gardening, cooking, decorating, etc. for those of us living in limited spaces and with limited budgets. Anything (especially websites I can read now while I'm anxiously awaiting my sprouts) or books like that that you know of? I'm surprised they've grown so fast, my peas/beans have already sprouted, the oregano just sprouted today and the chives has this funny spider webby white fuzz over the tops of their peat pots that I *think* means they're about to be next.
Sorry for the novel, but I've been running myself ragged working a full time job and then designing a lot of theatre shows all spring and while it has been tremendously fulfilling it's so excited to have some time to focus on myself now. Feels a little like I've been 'born again' or re-awakened or something. Speaking of my shows, if you have kids or are a kid at heart I'm a huge fan of my most recent show, "East of the Sun, West of the Moon" at Shaking the Tree Studios (SE 17th and Stark). I really admire this company b/c their shows don't talk down to kids, either as performers or as audience members. Really intelligent script with some really awesome and fun ideas/surprises - even some shadow puppets done by a local artist and troll masks made out of KNITED COPPER WIRE, which is just about the coolest thing I've seen for a while and had no idea that you could do. It's a really funny show and there are still tickets available Friday night (7 p.m.) and Saturday afternoon (2 p.m.). Anyway, just a suggestion.
P.S. I noticed for whatever reason my post has a lot of Christian or religious overtones. Totally unintentional (I'm a proud heathen!) but how very odd...
This is mainly an issue for people who are hiding behind fake FB names. If you are concerned about anyone with your email address (e.g., family members, abusive exes, current or potential employers, etc.) being able to find your FB, the only thing you can do is change the email address you use for FB. Also, everyone should be on their guard against phishing attempts that include personal details like your FB name.
Edit: this is in addition to a logged-in user being able to search by email address. The information could be farmed by distributed attackers who are not logged in.
Edit2: commenters are correct that it has to do with cookies. After clearing all cookies for facebook.com, mistyping my email address gives me the expected "incorrect login" message.
Where's your favorite selection of navel rings? Preferably SW Portland/Beaverton, but I can go anywhere.
All the stuff at the mall & the usual suspects was a little cheesy/plasticy for my tastes.</