Monday, January 05, 2009

Meeh.

I'm officially rocking a bit of a new look. The cold-shock of zero-degrees in the midst of December forced me to work on a little extra insulation for the face. Hey, a beard works for Jason. Also, my shaggy mop needed a major overhaul. Avert thine eyes, you who are faint of stomach. Also, pay no attention to the Evil Fon Router, half-watt wireless adapter, Sun Ultra 5 and remote-control helicopter behind me. Ugh. I'm such a nerd.


Yesterday was Mom's birthday. My sister gave her this card, which made me chortle merrily.


My wife and I got some smoked salmon and decided to make Maki last night. This was supper, but we made much more than we could eat. I've got some at work with me for lunch. Nom Nom!


Other strangeness from last night. Dora has decided that my MagSafe power brick (for the MacBook) is her new warming device and bed.


I haven't posted a Panda Portrait in a while. 18°F this morning. Just perfect. I like this stuff because when I ride to the bus, I can just wear my normal work clothes under a baggy pair of cargo pants and my jacket, without any sweat. Notice the shirt collars under the jacket.


Random Tunage:
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - If You Leave
Depeche Mode - Enjoy The Silence (Reinterpreted Remix by Mike Shinoda [of Linkin Park])

3 comments:

Jason said...

Sweet!! Love the beard! It really does help! :)

Tim O said...

Yanno, you need to watch out for bearded men on bikes...heh heh.

I am contemplating going from the beard to a goatee just to mix it up a little.

John in Calgary said...

Just be thankful you are not into competitive swimming. You'd be shaving EVERYTHING just to go faster. Ah, the joys of bicycle commuting.

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