Mad Science Search

Things I've learned while hunting down mad science birthday accouterments: meth lab kits are readily available to anyone with a Paypal account, EBAY SELLERS LIKE TO RANT IN ALL CAPS (with a name like crazydave, I should have known better), and 20mm petri dishes come in orders of 1 and 1,000 only.


Happy New Year!

Sorry! It's been a while since I've blogged, but my New Year's Resolution is to get back to it.

Last year was rather exciting for us, but full of lots of changes, too.

Last spring we moved to Menlo Park and spent most of the year settling into a new neighborhood and home.

I've come to realize some interesting things about myself:
I'm pretty indecisive when it comes to picking out furniture.
I have a bunch of half finished projects laying around my life like Christmas tree needles in February (coincidently, I've yet to take down the holiday decorations and it's the middle of January).
I've become more dumber since hiring a nanny/personal assistant (she's more patient and better organized than I am, and I'm okay with it).
I'm am totally enjoying every minute of this thing I call my life (so long as coffee is within arms reach).

Other crazy happenings in 2010:
The Hubs: started commuting to work by train, signed up for an Electric car that has yet to be constructed (it ain't looking good), and has turned into a bigger foodie than I.

Thing 1: was love-sick over a girl, discovered to be dyslexic, changed schools, discovered the game Yhatzee, and STILL wants to be a spy when he grows up.

Thing 2: was diagnosed with sleep apnea, had his tonsils out, started pre-school, and asked for a dog (the answer was decidedly no).

I took a bunch of photos, planned a bunch of trips, and ran around like a chicken with my head cut off trying to keep up with it all.

2011 is looking up, and we're excited to see what the year may bring.