About the MobWell, really it's a mob of one, but you get the idea. I'm just me, in Hotlanta, but through me there are many others (yes, we are numerous), and we have teh pointy sticks (fear them), and besides that, we make pretty things. Mostly.
All Them Thangs
Monthly Archives: November 2009
I know. I was a bad blogger, but I have a personal policy of not blogging on vacation. I spend most of my time on the computer, so I really like that I didn’t even check my email every day … Continue reading
I want one. I don’t have anything worth showing off, other than wearing the green sari to a work party (I felt elegant all day), and since I can’t find photos of that I guess I don’t have it to … Continue reading
(I got all excited seeing this photo, because I haven’t seen color like this in Georgia yet this year and then I noticed it was taken in 2008. I did see one yellow tree, though.) Weekend recap, if you … Continue reading
Bollywood posters made into tote bags! They’re pretty cheap, too. And as I’m in the midst of working out a difficult Mughal-era garment reconstruction, I have nothing else to share today.
And that’s the short form of my language lesson progress. The long form is that for the past week and a half (two weeks?) I’ve been plugging away at LiveMocha, and have made some decent progress. I can now: Say … Continue reading
A while back I mentioned that I had received some Indian clothes from the coworker of my father-in-law. Last night, I set up the tripod and we took some snazzy photos (wow – that sounds so suspicious when I type … Continue reading
Because I am never bored, as long as I remember my knitting. Yep. So we went to get an emissions test, and while we waited we stood outside in the sun, which was lovely, and I started to get bored. … Continue reading
(just look at that curly mop!) I have just a little left, and I am happy about that. So I had intended to be all sorts of productive last night, but then I got online and had a real conversation … Continue reading
Well, more specifically the variations between learning curves and my recent experience with them. I find that mental things have a much steeper learning curve than physical things, depending on previous experience with similar physical things. For example, if you’ve … Continue reading