Hubby dessert announcement

"I'm going to go have my sleeve of Thin Mints."
Awww, go jump in the Pacific

Someone found my blog via Google by typing in the following:

Dogs are filthy they get ticks and fleas they drag their ass


"How else are they supposed to scratch their ass?" - THE HUBBY
R.I.P., Agent Bill Maxwell

Oh no! Robert Culp died! I'm not old enough to have watched much of "I Spy," but I looooooooooved him in "The Greatest American Hero." It was the funniest show -- about a clueless special-ed teacher (William Katt) who suddenly ran into some aliens and was given a supersuit, but lost the instruction manual. A member of the most stepped-on element of society suddenly had powers, but didn't know how to use them. He would frequently try to fly and would bump into walls.

Then he met FBI agent Bill Maxwell, who was torn between wanting to disbelieve in the super suit...and getting another bust to increase his reputation. Culp played the constantly-hesitating agent with perfect comedic pitch. He nearly spat out every line, grimacing in skepticism.

I'm sorry I never got to meet him when he came around to local comic conventions (she says nerdily.) RIP.


For those who have to pay for it.


Not sure what happened to the skywriter...

Happy spring!

We made it through another winter!



It's raining out while being completely sunny. People have their umbrellas out. It's kinda beautiful.


Young-adult literature...in yesterday's LA TIMES

Big story about how young-adult literature is popular among adults, and still exploding as a genre, particularly books about "Misfit teens."

Well here, adults, take the re-release of Carrie Pilby to the beach this summer!
Is it too early

...for spring fever?