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Saturday, March 29, 2008

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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Saturday, March 22, 2008


summer internship: Check.
funding: Check.
oral arguments: Check.
fall activities apps: Check.
preparing for finals: Not Even The Suspicion of a Check.

Friday, March 14, 2008

next time you come to Bloomington we're taking you to the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

I could tell you how much it rocks but you wouldn't believe me.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Do they still make Spirograph kits? Because all of a sudden I really really really want one.

(Apparently you can do it online. It's just not the same. Part of the beauty of the one I grew up with was putting down so many layers of ball-point ink that you eventually ripped a hole in the paper.)

Monday, March 10, 2008

This is Brilliant.

A soap dish that lets you use the slivers of old soap.

Friday, March 07, 2008

Recipe corner - Weird and Wonderful Breakfast #4

I've run out of oatmeal and so was scrounging around this morning and came up with this perfectly delightful morning repast:

1. spread natural peanut butter on two graham crackers (the ones with cinnamin sprinkles are super nice)
2. put a dollop of honey on top
3. put a couple of dried apricots on top

It was surprisingly satisfying and relatively healthy.

Here's a weird and wonderful lunch for those of you with microwaves:

1. Get your hands wet and form 1 1/2 tbsp of miso into a ball.
2. Roll the ball in furikake (a salty sprinkle mixture made of finely chopped kombu seaweed, seeds, and spices - you can get it at health food stores or make your own in the blender)
3. roll the ball in chopped scallions
4. wrap the miso ball in plastic wrap. pack it in your lunch with a small container of frozen veggies and tofu squares and a package of udon noodles (the kind that come already cooked and squishy)
5. At lunch time, put everything in a mug with water. Stick it in a microwave until it's hot. Eat with rice cakes or pre-frozen, microwaved onigiri.