Tag Archive | 26

26 Words

Haven’t been able to run or strength-train this week and, man, am I getting crunchy and cranky. Nothing finer than getting sweaty and then stretching out.

4.26: (Captain) America, Fuck Yeah!

My kiddo and I went to see Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier this evening. (We weren’t supposed to be there; we were supposed to be at the Moontower Comedy Festival, courtesy of the kid’s gig with the Radio Club at her school, except this stoner/Radio Club exec NATE was supposed to get us the […]

26 Grams of Sugar

I gave up eating anything with sugar added on January 23, 2014. If you think that sounds like a pain-in-the-ass rule to follow, you are right. I’ve had to amend it to “knowingly eat anything with sugar added,” as I’ve run into quite a few suspect salad dressings in restaurants, and had the horrible realization […]

26 Words on Sisters of Mercy’s Floodland

Floodland came out 26 years ago this month; just think! Here are 26 words on the topic of this beloved album. Whispers. Empires falling. Moonlight sifting. Silver, pewter, lead. Bass lines and layers. Dancing: whip and sway. Big machines. Percussive. Drill. Hell’s chorus. Sculpted darkness. Slowness arching.

26ing Eliot

  T. S. Eliot was born on 9.26.1888. When he was 26, he married his first wife, Vivienne Haigh-Wood, on June 26. Their ages—both 26—were mentioned within the first lines of the movie Tom and Viv, originally a play, about their marriage. She was a pretty sickly gal: “In a letter addressed to Ezra Pound, she […]

26 To-Do’s

It’s a holiday weekend, but I blew yesterday by spending it on the couch so I’ve got 3 days’ worth of fun(?) to pack into 2. LET’S DO THIS. Today Complete bike workout Edit paper Get/fix something to bring to F1 party Go to F1 party Wipe layer of fur off living room surfaces (why […]

26 Ways to Wear a Scarf

“Wait a minute,” you’re saying,”this video here provides only 25 ways to wear a scarf.” The 26th is the way I usually wear them, which is left on the hook by the door underneath the various discarded bookbags. But I want to be a scarf wearer! So I am putting this here to remind me […]