Category Archives: Food
Did I mention that Dan became the new co-resident of Chez Hagakure about a month ago? Well, he did. It’s good 🙂
(The commencement of CH Cohabitative Arrangement VII was celebrated with an official housewarming on Saturday October 27th. But for whatever reason – partly because I was still recovering mentally from this – no notable media was captured of that event. Ergo no specific blogpost.)
Viva la Crossman.
Saturday, 7th July.
Interesting inter-tribal gathering originally proposed by Sara.
This video, documenting the arrival of Adam amidst nangage at around 9:30pm, is more audio than video. I’m not sure if I even knew I was shooting. But it captures the moment well enough:
More formal video shot at 10:40pm:
Thursday 15th – Saturday 17th March.
A somewhat brutal Thursday at Chez Hag was unexpectedly redeemed by the sudden invasion at 7:15pm of a swarm of beloved Occutards who stayed for two nights wreaking havoc in preparation for Occupy Monsanto day on Saturday.
Video shot around midnight on the Thursday:
Followup video shot around 2:15am:
Three other videos which could not not be included:
Official fact. Doesn’t quite feel like it yet, but it’s unquestionably getting there.
Amongst other things, we talked blogs. She pointed out that my F$%book accounts have pretty much completely supplanted the more here-is-the-newsy kind of role my blog used to play back in the day, and told me she’d blog more if I did. Which seemed like a good deal, especially since I’m finally starting to feel kind of over F&#b!@k.
She also opined that TF should go back to being more writerly and less overwhelmingly audiocentric. Quoth TAFKALJ, concordantly: “TOO MUCH AUDIO”.
I dunno. The blog has to do what it wants!!! *stamps foot petulantly on behalf of blog* It can’t be forced, let alone by the audioantipathetic whims of sundry ex-girlfriends. Well, it probably can up to a point. But it shouldn’t be. That said, I think Em made a strong case.
Blog bloggety blog.
We’ll see what happens.
~ SPRING! ~
How was your winter? Mine was harsh. Although I’ve certainly had worse. And yeah – it’s over now.
Which is good.