Thursday, July 23, 2009

Bridgeside Books now open - yay!

My friend Hiata just opened her bookstore in Waterbury, Vermont. I highly recommend visiting her and buying a book - support your local businesses!
For information, visit (yes, I designed it! we'll have more on there soon)

Friday, June 26, 2009

Thunder Road!

My first visit to Thunder Road was last night, "The Nation's Site of Excitement"
What a beautiful setting! We went mainly to see Tony Stewart race, which was fun. He didn't do so well, but that's OK, we had a good time anyhow. A beautiful night; the rain stayed well away from us so all we saw was a bit of lightning in the distance toward the end of the evening.

Brian and I got filmed by the local Fox station for the news but I don't know if we'll actually be on TV. We were both wearing Tony Stewart T-Shirts, which is why they asked if they could film us watching the race. I, of course, got distracted and continued to eat my cheeseburger, so hopefully the world won't see me chewing away on television!

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Yet another cute dog picture

I had high hopes that I could write about intellectually stimulating things on this blog. But for now it's just easier and more fun to post cute pictures of Fergus.

Friday, June 5, 2009

Fergus thinks I suck in the morning

This is the look I get each morning as I leave for work:

Lucky for me, he does get over it by the time I get home. 

It just sucks to be Fergus sometimes, I guess. 

Friday, May 29, 2009

A Dog's Life

It is incredibly difficult to be Fergus. Or Petal, for that matter.

Thursday, May 28, 2009


Even I didn't think I would abandon this so quickly. I promise to come back when I have something to say.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Hooray for Civil Rights! Hooray for Vermont!

The Vermont House voted 100-49 to override Gov. Douglas' veto of the Marriage Equity bill. If you're a Vermonter, please thank your rep if they voted to override! This is a wonderful day!

Personally, I'm not a fan of marriage, but I am a fan of equal protection under the law. This is a great step forward for civil rights. Let's make sure the reps who voted in favor know we appreciate them.