Saturday, August 8, 2009

Blue Ribbon Honey At The Fair And Bell Jars....

Storms are popping up all over tonight! And we have a tornado watch, which means things might get interesting. Might not. But there's a chance. Cool. Had a great Weather Girl moment when I saw Western Minnesota covered in a tornado watch, and told The Birdchick I didn't get why we weren't too as it sure did FEEL like tornado weather, and an hour later, there we were.



Enough with the weather. Here's the Blue Ribbon Honey! We had a really fine time at the Fair today, The Birdchick and I. It was stormy then too, and we got into conversation with a sheriff's deputy who talked about the wall cloud that developed and the possibility of more storms (OK, so we are not done with the weather, what can I say, I like this stuff.) He said if it got any worse, he was going to commandeer the Mountain Dew Hummer, at which point I said he must deputize us so we could get in on that.

So he pulled out two "Honorary Sheriff Deputy" Stickers. Very cool.

Also I won a Kat Von D poster by shooting it with a Crossbow. Is this fair cool or what?



Our Fair has some strange things, as do most county fairs, I suspect. Here is a lovely lettuce. Third place. Don't know what beat it.



And 1/4th of an angel food cake. Not sure if it started out as whole and they needed to eat 3/4ths of it to judge, or if one can enter 1/4th of a cake.



This is the hive with the Bell Jar in it. There are three boxes, starting on the bottom, with brood and full of food and babies. As you move up, the two narrow ones are called Supers, and have Ross Rounds in them, for making comb honey, that will stay comb honey, in neat little circles. After that, the Bat Box and the one below it are for keeping the Bell Jar covered.



It's kind of hard to see here, but the Bees are starting to make comb in the Bell Jar, and will, we hope, fill it up. We watched them for some time today, and it was truly fascinating watching them carry wax and build. They haven't done much, but the Ross Rounds below aren't filled, so they are still working on filling that box, and then, will move more workers up as things get filled.



All in all, a fine day. I am hoping for cool storms tonight, and we will see what happens. It's so humid now my hair is curling. The Bengals had Tuna Night (always an event in the Spooky House) and are now sacked out. Underworld is on TV tonight which excites me, tho why I have no idea, not like I don't own the DVD.

But still.

Love and Fair, Weather, or Foul,
Lorraine

195 Comments:

At 18:42 Blogger Lioness said...

Well, we've got rain but the promised thunder storms have not arrived. However, the high today is 72 and the low tonight is 75 so I think some unsettled weather is headed in my direction.
Nice to see those blue ribbons.

At 18:50 Blogger Aline Martins said...

"Honorary Sheriff Deputy" Stickers! that is really nice!
we never have tornados down here...but be exciting/scary...

Congrats on the Blue Ribbons :D and can't wait to see the bell jar filled...
meanwhile, back to the dull translation work on neurosurgery :S nice for a Saturday night huh?

At 18:55 Blogger Jess said...

Dude, get in the basement! Huddle in the northwest corner, under a heavy piece of furniture! Pray.

*fears tornadoes*

Hurrah for champion honey! \o/ It's only a matter of time before Rival Beekepers, consumed with jealously, begin plotting against you. Watch out for white-suited men armed with jars of angry wasps.

So the bell jar doesn't just sit on top? Guess there would be too much light if you didn't cover it, actually. Bees like the dark, don't they.

Iceberg lettuce should not get prizes. It's mostly water, and contains minimal nutritional value. BAH!

Ally had tuna last night. She was delighted. Edie only sniffed. She likes the smell, but won't touch the stuff. She's weird.

At 19:03 Blogger vampi said...

act, i hate iceberg lettuce because it smells. yes it has a smell. yes, i'm weird.

the ross rounds are sooo cool.

congrats again on your spectacular honey. i was reading birdchick's blog about how heated honey tastes different from unheated fresh honey. i need to find some local honey so i can experience it. reading about it on your blogs makes me mouth water :)

At 19:05 Blogger Uisge said...

Go bees Go!!

At 19:16 Blogger dabbler said...

Yes!! Comb in the bell jar. Sweetness in the bell jar. Take that Sylvia Plath!

Home on Saturday night. Spent much of the day fixing an electrical problem...same problem, several times. By the time we finished, the feed to the tent didn't work at all. Bah!

Tomorrow.

Ready for bed at 8:15 pm. Bah again.

At 19:16 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Blogger just ate my comment!

Rats.

At 19:24 Blogger dabbler said...

Blogger should fear the wrath of Quiche!

At 19:25 Blogger Jess said...

OM NOM NOM. Says Blogger. With regard to your comment.

At 19:39 Blogger Lioness said...

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At 19:40 Blogger Lioness said...

vampi, I can believe that iceberg lettuce has a smell. Watermelon does (yeck) and I know someone who complains about the smell of celery.

At 19:45 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

It was a really good comment too. A lovely long one. Am now going to pout then perhaps annihilate blogger.

At 19:53 Blogger EmilyLady said...

It is awesome when beloved shows or movies are on TV, no matter whether one owns the DVD. That's philosopher Emily's tip for you tonight.

Tomorrow I will see the pictures you posted. Hopefully. They are not working with our new network.

At 20:09 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Ah, the pictures work now.

At 20:13 Blogger Jonathan Zero said...

as for Underworld, it is the randomness of it coming on tv versus walking over and putting in the DVD. good stuff either way

At 20:29 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Too true. And this Underworld has lots of commentary and behind the scenes. Very fun.

No tornadoes YET, but one can hope for storms.

At 20:32 Blogger Wendy Withers said...

I don not miss waking up to tornado sirens. Other than that, I miss everything else about living in Minnesota. Although, I did go to a crazy private liberal arts college there.

I especially miss finding a snowdrift, putting my hat and mittens on it, and then sending pictures home to Florida about me getting lost in a snow drift.

The fairs in FL are kind of lame. We don't really have baking and growing and honeying competitions, but we do have ag competitions, like who can raise the biggest cow, which will then, I guess, get sold and slaughtered. And, we have deep fried pickles and twinkies and oreos and coke and whatever else they can deep fry.

At 20:37 Blogger Uisge said...

I agree that celery, watermelon and lettuce have a smell. I like the way they smell.

Tornado reported in north of Mound.

At 20:43 Blogger Chantrelle said...

Tomorrow is the big house/yard full of 5 yr olds and a bouncy house day. Getting things ready, chicken into marinade, patio chairs hosed off, mother in law roped in.

She is a lovely woman but she talks and talks and talks...even more than me!!! She just wants to help, which means she can hover looking for somethign to do.

The blue ribbons are awesomely huge and blue and grand-prizey! Yum!

Iceberg lettuce is high in vitamin K. My sister cant' eat much of it because of that (causes clots). i think it's water and K and that's it ;-)

Romaine ont he other hand is lovely and i must make a caesar salad out of it now.

At 20:57 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Yay for five-year-olds!

Spent a night at Barnes and Noble. This of course is always always always a good thing. Oh right, take away one "always" for the occasional pervert, but other than that, what better way to spend a Saturday night? (I know, you are all thinking, this teen has no life. But tell me how many teens get to fly to Minnesota to see the Fiends, eh?)

At 21:02 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Yup. Tornadoes near Plymouth. Not near here, north of Minneapolis.

I think spending the evening in a library is a right fine thing. Did it myself as a teen. SO there.

At 21:06 Blogger DataGoddess said...

Cool ribbons! Does it go to the State Fair now?

I'm still recovering from bronchitis, and from the discovery of a HUGE miscommunication between my sweetie and me. It's a good thing we finally figured it out, but it's a hurty thing, too. Bah.

Today has been watching Futurama DVDs and playing Sims3.

At 21:15 Blogger Beez said...

Doo dee doo....watchin' the stormies heading your way, but -this- batch looks like it'll be sliding north of you Q. But this one popped up out of nothing, so there's till hope!

I know last night's boomers made for...um..."unsettled" sleep. One crack was so loud that the building shook. I think the dog had burrowed completely under me by then.

At 21:16 Blogger Beez said...

"Still" hope. Till hope is for small shopkeepers at the end of the day.

At 21:38 Blogger ariandalen said...

Yay blue ribbons!

The bell jar will be interesting once the bees finish with it. :)

Wow, Lioness. High of 72 F and low of 75 F. Been a while since our lows were either of those temps. Oh, well, Fall will get here eventually. Maybe. Or maybe Winter.
Heck, I'd even settle for a nice all night rain. ::sigh::
I don't live in the desert. Really. Ask Fluffy.

Hope you meet more friends at Irish Fair tomorrow, Ms. Fabulous. :)

At 21:39 Blogger Jane said...

Toni - DH always says "Those miscommunications that make life interesting." Sometimes in the moment it seems like life could be a little less interesting, though.

Hope yours is cleared away and really gone; they can linger, I think...

And hope you're feeling better and swigging some good syrup.

At 21:51 Blogger Lioness said...

ariandalen, we've had an unusually cold and rainy summer this year- we seem to be getting the Northwest coast's weather while they have had high high temps and sun. I wouldn't mind but my veggies aren't growing.

Bookstores have sleepovers too? Was there a special occasion, EmilyLady?

At 22:30 Blogger ariandalen said...

Ah. Yes, the Pacific Northwest has had a really hot summer, for them. My in-laws live north of Seattle, and we called to make sure they were okay a few weeks ago as they don't have A/C. It wasn't hot to us when we were there the first week of July, but we're in Central Texas. Plus, it still gets below 70 F at night there, even when the high was 90 F.
We're just trying to keep our garden from burning up. Lots of cantaloupe blossoms, squash blossoms, cucumber blossoms, and very little pollination going on. The heirloom tomato plants are still hanging in there, as are the bell peppers. It's also about time to plant pumpkins. We have a butternut squash vine that volunteered after DH threw one out last winter, I think. We're getting lots of butternut squashes.

At 23:29 Blogger Dragonsally said...

I decided this morning that I would have a computer free Sunday. I managed until 2.15 pm. That's mostly a win isn't it? I'm not addicted to the internet at all, no, not me.

At 23:55 Blogger Ticia said...

Ticky box.

At 00:23 Blogger vampi said...

ok i am dying of curisoty about the eaten comment.

At 00:30 Blogger Chantrelle said...

We're in this huge argument w/ the inlaws about socialized medicine and politics....CALGON take me away!
Why did we ever get on this topic?!?!?!

At 00:36 Blogger AletaMay said...

writing weekend box of tick!

At 01:16 Blogger Na said...

::applause:: for the bees and bee-ers

hi fiends. hello Q.

got a load of CDs to listen to at the library today (one is Ms Gilmore's 'Avalanche' - taking the widespread recommendation of listening to her). i was impressed to see one titled with Boss' name! didna know about that, but suppose it's been around forever.

poorly here, with respect to vacuum cleaners and Faires: no Faire for thousands of miles, and my vacuum cleaner is an i-don't-know-what i've had for over ten years, and prolly should have been replaced eons ago, but it still more or less works and oh-my-fods the things are expensive.

Chantrelle - those sorts of discussions happen with my 'rents around. once it was about black holes and dark matter. another time about gay marriage. bleh.

At 01:18 Blogger Na said...

oh - happy writing, Aleta!

happy storm watching, midwesterners.

{aline}

hope all are well.

At 02:14 Blogger spacedlaw said...

Can't wait for this bell to fill up (and darn, I won't be along to document the weird architectures that are BOUND to be created).

At 05:12 Blogger Marjorie said...

Good Morning All! I hope the storms and potential tornados limited themselves to being exciting to watch and did not go so far as causing any damage.

I love the Bell-Jar bees. Can't wait to see how that develops. Also, looking at the ictures made me realise I have never had honeycomb, only honey. May have to go looking for some to try.

Now, it's a beautiful sunny day, I have finishedthe essential chores and I have fresh coffee and croissants and strawberries... And my sister has invited me to joint them for a weekend's sailing next weekend. What could be nicer?

At 06:10 Anonymous kali_licious said...

I'm actually kind of jealous of all those lovely storms..we're at 90% humidity and under a heat advisory for the whole state of Indiana. (I know you Texans will laugh, but I'm a total wimp once the humidity gets this high..plus I don't have AC.;)

Lovely blue ribbons..that Ross Round did turn out some perfect comb.

I love the fact that the deputy had those stickers on hand.:)

Emily, I think an overnight in a bookstore sounds heavenly.

Toni I hope you're beating back the Evil Bronchial Ick. (and that the hurty subsides soon)

Sally - Good Try! I tell myself I won't get online all the time and I never make it that long.;)

Chantrelle - My Dad keeps trying to bait me on that subject but I'm just not gonna go there. He knows I don't agree with him, he just needs to let it go, but he won't.:/
There needs to be some kind of remote you can use to skip to a new topic when those kind of conversations start, IMHO.;)

At 08:47 Blogger Lioness said...

I have a friend who loves to argue about politics. I don't.
I vote. He doesn't. A remote would come in very handy!
We are getting a nice mix of rain and sun so far this morning. It's enough to keep me inside and cleaning instead of outside where I'd rather be. But the house has dust elephants.

At 09:55 Anonymous Wendy Withers said...

I love debating politics with people who respect my opinion. My ex thinks he's better than everyone else, so he makes everything personal. So, if he disagrees with someone, he will start to personally attack them (and he disagrees with just about everyone). My friend Patrick, on the other hand, is great to debate with, because he really wants to understand why everyone believes the way they do.

Last week, thieves stole a bunch of my money out of my bank account (all of it plus $200) so now I'm stuck without a debit card and get to scrape together change to get coffee on the way to my mom's house, because I was out dancing at the local goth-y type club late last night and now I want to burrow under my covers and go to sleep. (Don't fear, I have papers that prove I was hundreds of miles away from where my card number was used, so I should get the money back. All of the overdraft fees have already been refunded.) Oh, and yesterday I went thrifting and bought an awesome skirt for $3. It looks like a cross between a garbage bag and a prom dress skirt. That's my random ramblings for today.

At 10:26 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Actually it was not an OVERNIGHT in the bookstore, just an evening spent hanging out there. And it was great. I had a wonderful time. The only times I've spent long nights there were for Harry Potter books, which was one hundred thousand percent fantastic.

At 13:08 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

No tornadoes last night, they went north of us.. Ah well...We did get sirens tho.

Wendy, No Fun!!!! No fun at all!

Just picked up the honey at the fair. Looked for someone to show my claim ticket to, but found no one. They did chase my car down tho.

The lecture I got! It was pretty funny. I kept a straight face, but it wasn't easy.

I wanted to say "Yes, you've busted me. I am stealing this, and only this blue ribbon honey.."

At 13:15 Blogger Marjorie said...

Well, if one were stealing from the exhibits, what better to choose?

At 14:49 Blogger Jess said...

Should have made off with that third of an angel food cake while you were at it! I suppose it was the stripey shirt and mask that gave you away in the end? That, and the sack full of candleabras. :D

At 15:22 Blogger Aline Martins said...

OMG,

let me change subject a bit....
;)
for us, cat lovers... enjoy it
http://migre.me/4UOO

At 15:38 Blogger Adri said...

Yay blue ribbon bees! Boo storms. I love them, I love the energy in the air right before a storm breaks, but it worries me that they can be so destructive.

Today I bought local honey at our farmers market (Local Oakland neighborhood honey and a small jar of Orange Blossom Honey as a treat) as well as cheese, olive oil, tuna, and any number of delicious fruits and veggies. The market is *dangerous*.

Chantrelle-- My mother in law was here for four days. Peter and I spent a LOT of the time biting our tongues to avoid just that type of argument. (I need to get back to you about the hoop in email, I know!)

Emily-- You are among friends (and fiends) who spent many an evening at the library and bookstores for fun, I have no doubt. When I was in school, I spent my break periods in the library shelving books. Know that life gets better and people spend less time worrying about the 'coolness' of your evening activities. :)

My bengals are restless.

At 15:42 Blogger Fluffy said...

Deep fried Coke!! hahaha!

And I think Blogger should watch itself, or Honorary AND Fiendish Deputy Quiche will throw it in the clink. And lose the key...

And the bell jar thing is TOO cool. I think Boss posted a link to someone else's awhile ago and it was amazing to watch the sequence.

And Sally, One Day At A Time! Next time, maybe you'll make it to 3 pm without the Interwebs. Do they have a 12-step group for this? Not that I need to know. *ahem*

Aline, that video is hilarious! I like how, when the cat got stuck, it went to get in another box. Sort of like trying to drink your way out of being drunk.

At 16:51 Blogger ariandalen said...

No, kali, I don't think you're a wimp. We may have been having 100+ degree days, but our humidity hasn't been anywhere near 90%. Good luck drinking your air. :P

There's a lot I could say about the HOT Fair and Rodeo. let it suffice that the General Manager decided to throw the baby out with the bath water when it was time to rework the categories for entry on the Fair side. He's much more interested in promoting the Rodeo.

My Sunday is so exciting. I've put up a load from the dishwasher. I'm also washing clothes.

At 16:54 Blogger Phiala said...

Hi all! Back from camping in the Middle ages, and SHOWERED, you'll be pleased to know.

Haven't actually read the posts, let alone the comments, and may never get caught up, but wanted to get a ticky box in there.

At 16:57 Blogger Na said...

LOL. thatsa big, silly kitteh.

and that 3rd-Place Lettuce seems odder each time i see it.

At 17:36 Blogger Dragonsally said...

well damn, the link wouldn't work for me Aline.

I have succumbed to my addiction this morning, laptop went on, as normal, as soon as I was out of bed. Its Monday though, so that is alright.

At 17:53 Blogger Adri said...

I think it's really funny how I can recognize the SCA-ers I know because they're all so happy about showers this afternoon!

At 18:01 Blogger Dan Guy said...

Those bees look very busy. Good bees.

At 18:33 Blogger Siri said...

2nd round of midwest storms - lost a tree around the curve from me (about 100 yards away) and a big limb fell on my deck from the tree in back - missed the AC though, by about a foot.

Went to the basement to look for a phone number for the tree guy (long story)and found water running in from the window well on the east. Humidifier is running now - there goes the electric bill.

Found the phone number for the tree guy and the handiman in the drawer where the digital camera goes. Found the digital camera in the drawer where the phone numbers go. I blame the Fiends.....

At 19:16 Blogger Fluffy said...

We confesssssss. We're sssssorrrry...

We want to watch Jesssss tie up the deck guy.....

At 19:59 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Play auditions tomorrow. Do NOT wish me luck.

At 20:14 Blogger Na said...

heh heh heh. as many of you know, i have neighborgs who have intruded unpleasantly into my (and my family's) life. today i happily recalled an early conversation with the wife: she mentioned that the people in the unit next to mine had had a party and all the people there *gasp* were wearing all black!. so it occurs to me i could up the percentage of black in my wardrobe. perhaps start wearing liquid eyeliner again (something i've not owned in 20 years, but hey). etc. etc.

At 20:21 Blogger Dragonsally said...

sounds like an excellent plan Na. She has given you brilliant instructions for avoiding further contact *grin*

Siri, I'm so glad you found the things I'd hidden, using my long distance telekinetic powers.

At 20:27 Blogger Jess said...

And you can tell her how I've finally managed to tie down the deck guy. Which reminds me, I'm out of duct tape.

At 20:35 Blogger Siri said...

Sal - thank fod it was you who telekinecticked things. Couldn't have been me being want-witted.

Emily - no one here is going to tell you to break a leg. Nope, no one. (whistles nonchalantly)

At 20:43 Blogger ariandalen said...

::evil grin:: Na, Halloween decorations are showing up in the stores now. You might could find a foam or plastic gargoyle to put next to your front, or back, door. Granted, I could get you a small concrete gargoyle, but I would imagine the shipping costs to be more than the cost of the gargoyle.

heh heh heh heh heh

At 20:47 Blogger ariandalen said...

Emily, I wouldn't dream of wishing you good luck tomorrow.
I have tried to explain the custom of saying, "break a leg" to Ariane. She just looks at me and goes, "That doesn't make any sense."

At 20:58 Blogger Phiala said...

*drumroll please*

Best Novel goes to... The Graveyard Book.

At 21:01 Blogger One Sock Short said...

Dang, am I ever behind here! I think I'll have to save catching up till tomorrow night, as I am getting very sleepy, in spite of long naps today.

Meanwhile, here is a little of what I've been up to.

At 21:03 Blogger Siri said...

I've heard that's an interesting book. Have to read it, someday.


(Wonder which is better, blue-ribbon bees, or award-winning book. I'll never know.)

At 21:17 Blogger Siri said...

Linda - love love love the photos. But, seriously? Duct tape bindings? Seriously?

And sometime, you'll have to explain to me why they used 'f' for 's', but not all the time. Sometimes, they used 's' for 's' in the same title.

I want to climb the walls and sit in the tree and read some of those books.

At 21:17 Blogger ariandalen said...

W00T!

It's a good book, Siri, and a quick read. :)

Is anybody else watching "Defying Gravity?"

At 21:20 Blogger Fluffy said...

Heh. Linda - did they tell you Poe was kicked out of the school? Now he's a favorite son...

Hm. Duct tape. Will make a note.

At 21:26 Blogger One Sock Short said...

Yes, the duct tape about makes one weep, doesn't it. This is how RBS affords its teaching collection. Books that have been ruined can be great teaching tools, and no one with big-time money wants them. I'll get to the descriptions and such this weekend, and we can talk about long s and fraktur till someone screams "Stop!" ;-)

G'night now.

At 21:51 Blogger Fluffy said...

Apparently "Duct tape + deck guy = Good," and "Duct tape + books = Bad."

Learning is good.

At 22:04 Blogger Jane said...

Fluffy - love your comment :-)

At 22:09 Blogger Na said...

ha ha! ariandalen, excellent thinking. and better to have the cheaper stuff out, so i'm not so bummed if it goes a-wandering. i've got a jolly roger flag needs flying, too.

think i'm missing somethings here via gmail, will try to catch up later. time to get monsters a-bed.

At 22:33 Blogger ariandalen said...

And for the Fiends who are knitters, I offer this video. :)

At 22:54 Blogger AletaMay said...

Made it to Irish Fair later than I had hoped so pretty much only saw dancing. Godchild danced very well springing bouncy wig and all.

Congrats to Team Gaiman on the Hugo. Q you all have had a good year but oh the busy that must go along with that!

Early to bed for me!

At 22:55 Anonymous Lysandwr said...

Just a drive-by to yell YAY!! about several things

YAY I can Tweet again...

YAY Blue Ribbon Honey!!!

YAY Dr. Horrible and Neil and Elizabeth Bear and Wall-E and all of the other Hugo winners.

Okay, /highjacking of block now :)

At 00:08 Blogger vampi said...

geesh i go off and have a headache for an afternoon and i miss everything.
f=s
hugo=awesomesauce for team gaiman black=neighbor repellent
duct tape takes off skin, just saying...

At 00:28 Blogger spacedlaw said...

How about some Tibetan Anatomy paintings?

At 01:35 Blogger Marjorie said...

WooT!! Excellent news about Boss's Hugo. Did anyone else ever get a Hugo & a Newbery for the same book?

Hope this doesn't mean you get totally buried in extra work, Q.

Na - lots of black & a Jolly Roger ;-)

OSS - your pictures look interesting - it sems as though you enjoyed it, despite being so very busy and full of homework!

At 02:26 Blogger Dragonsally said...

wot the heck has happened while I've been gone? I just wanted to catch up on some BSG. A Hugo?
*rushes to Twitter to check up* *rushes back*

WOW Boss said it best.

Now to read tabs opened from the comments

At 06:57 Blogger Phiala said...

Marjorie, Boss was already only person to ever win a Newbery Medal and a Hugo for Best Novel - nobody has ever done it with the same book. Until last night.

Ah, long s. There are rules, truly there are. And then you get r-rotunda...

And Nathalie, those Tibetan paintings are great.

And I should be working, really...

At 07:59 Blogger dabbler said...

Morning all... long day today. Love the knitters and the Tibetan paintings, hugs to Na for neighborgs and Woot! for Hugo.

Maybe a bit of sympathy, though, for Quiche, who hardly needed more work....

At 10:46 Blogger Ani said...

Mmmmmm, Wendy. Deep fried pickles are a personal favorite, and the Midwest largely does not believe in them. :-(

Crazy private liberal arts in MN? MacAlister?

At 10:51 Blogger Ani said...

Na, Chantrelle & Kali--I had to tell my mom to take me off her distribution list when she wouldn't stop sending me James Dobson's newsletters and "research" conclusions about proper parenting. It was like getting daily hate mail from her. She's mostly quit. :/

No one knows how to push your buttons like family--they installed them, after all.

At 10:56 Blogger Ani said...

Emilylady, break a leg! No, break TWO legs!

At 13:59 Blogger Marjorie said...

I am wary of telling you to break a leg, Emily. Last time someone said that to me before I went on stage, I did.

At 14:04 Blogger spacedlaw said...

They must have been witches, Marjorie ...

At 14:06 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Wha ... seriously, Marjorie?

I am in a group this year, as opposed to last year, when I was in the lead. I did not want a lead this year - wanted to be in a group. It's hard work being up front, as fun as it is. And in this heat, I can only do so much.

At 14:14 Blogger Marjorie said...

Truly. I fell off the stage. It was during the perfomance, and they had to hold the interval early while everyone waited for the ambulance.

(I have been on stage since, but for some reason people don't tell me to break a leg anymore)

At 15:20 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Oh my goodness.

At 16:45 Blogger Ani said...

Total self-promotion alert! I'm just tickled that this turned out well. Video of my "aha moment."

http://www.ahamoment.com/pg/moments/view/5790

At 16:57 Blogger ariandalen said...

Very cool, Ani!

At 17:27 Blogger Beez said...

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At 17:31 Blogger Beez said...

Bees! Israel seems to have developed a vaccine for Colony Collapse!

At 18:13 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Marjorie, that is so Monty Python. Despite the pain, did you want to laugh at the irony?

Ani, I just love your video. I've been thinking of not dying my hair again, and your wonderful crop is giving me incentive! I lasted 6 months last time.

hey gang, Shiraz doesn't have to wear the Elizabethan collar anymore. Woohoo!

At 18:14 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Did anyone else get the sudden image of beekeepers using teeny weeny needles to vaccinate all their bees?

At 18:28 Blogger Na said...

excuse my language a moment, but Ani, all that comes to my mind after watching your aha moment is "that is fan-fucking-tastic." love it!!!! good on you.

and hurray for Shiraz on the mend!

hope the colony collapse vax is for reals.

At 19:03 Blogger One Sock Short said...

So about that long s. Mostly, it was only used at the beginning or middle of words. Not at the end. Sometimes it was just the long vertical stroke, but it could also have the left half of the crossbar that makes it look like an f. More gory details can be found here.

Not much going on here. I've been working on the most boring of all boring data cleanup projects at work. Tomorrow I think I'll listen to music. It's that boring. But we have to finish it tomorrow so the collection can go live on Wednesday.

At 19:04 Blogger Adri said...

I'm on yet another conference call. Oh design phases. So much calling.

At 19:15 Blogger Beez said...

Ani- the aha! was fabulous.

At 20:05 Blogger Fluffy said...

Loved Ani's video. And the photos on the side!

Revelle had (has, akcherly) a migraine today - I keep trying every couple of hours to wake her in case it's gone, but no luck yet. She didn't even want chocolate! She did want me to read to her, so I did two hours of The Fifth Elephant before I tuckered out.

At 20:06 Blogger Fluffy said...

It just occurred to me I haven't read to her in quite a while, and it kind of chokes me up that it's what she wanted when she felt really bad.

At 20:17 Blogger Chantrelle said...

Had an awesome bday party yesterday. I had to share this photo. My 67 yr old mom in the
bouncy house! And the awesome star wars birthday cake.

Inlaws flew home today. I love them, but I am so happy to have my house back.

At 20:46 Blogger Beez said...

*laughing* I think I love your mom. Who's in the bouncy house with her?

At 20:54 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Can see where you get your energy from Chantrelle.
Yah for having the house to yourselves again

At 20:59 Blogger Chantrelle said...

Ben is on top of my stepdad!

I couldn't believe she got in, i ran so fast to get my camera :)

I stuck to the big slide. It was so hot we hosed it down so it was a great way to cool off! I can't bounce in there, it triggers my vertigo!!

At 21:18 Blogger dabbler said...

Ani, great aha moment...

EmilyLady, what show? Glad you didn't follow Marjorie's lead and really break your leg.

No brain. had other things to say...wonder what they were.

Ah. Uisge, I haven't seen an email from your friend Susan, and am particularly interested in not missing it by mistake. Please tell her if she emails and I don't respond, to try again...life is busy, spam is abundant, and I sometimes delete things I want.

Need to go to bed. Peaceful dreams to all...and peaceful days to the so endowed.

At 21:18 Blogger dabbler said...

Oh...and Aline, loved the cat video. So amusingly arrogant while foolish!

At 21:21 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Amazingly awesome birthday cake, Chantrelle.

Dabbler, we're doing "Jack and the Beanstalk". There were so few characters that most of us who did get roles were cast into the teensiest of parts. But I don't mind - last year was a play of flying colors; most of the kids and parents in the theatre group know me not as Emily but the Wicked Queen in Snow White. I still catch kids hiding behind their parents when they see me coming!

Andrea, your video was so marvelous.

At 21:24 Blogger ariandalen said...

:)
It looks like a happy news day so far in Fiendom.

At 21:29 Blogger EmilyLady said...

You're right, Ariandalen. It does seem that way. You know it's funny how the Fiendom really does bring a big smile to my lips. I have a huge grin plastered on my face right now.

At 21:31 Blogger dabbler said...

And, before I sleep....

This: http://www.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/asiapcf/07/19/japan.jellyfish/

Truly giant jellyfish.
Just because.

At 21:35 Blogger Dragonsally said...

OMG, those jellyfish are things of nightmares. Imagine getting caught in those tentacles. YUK.

At 21:41 Anonymous kali_licious said...

Ani, I really wanted to watch your video but my ancient computer doesn't like the file or something.:( I'll have to catch it when I get the new 'puter in the next couple of weeks. I'm leaning towards a Mac book..any recommendations, Fiends?

Sally, that is JUST what I thought of first when I saw the vaccine mentioned..teensy little syringes.

Marjorie, how awful! I always have been scared that that was going to happen to me..every time I've bellydanced on a little stage, I'm more scared of that than dancing.

Emily, you said Jack and the Beanstalk and now my jukebox brain is singing "Giants in the Sky" from Into the Woods. I think I listen to too much Sondheim sometimes.;)

At 21:45 Anonymous kali_licious said...

OMG, Dabbler those are scary! I don't think I'd want to go in the water anywhere near where those are.
Icky!

At 22:01 Blogger Dragonsally said...

great minds Kali!

Where is the Quiche? Has she been swamped with post-Hugo work?

At 22:23 Blogger ariandalen said...

I was wondering the same thing, Sally. I'm sure she gets swamped with requests for interviews and appearances for Boss every time he wins another award. That, and/or bad moon time.

At 22:47 Blogger Beez said...

(((((breathing space vibe)))))

For Quichie.

At 23:03 Blogger AletaMay said...

Great video Ani! Well done!

I seem to be needing much extra sleep today. Sleep is nice but not very productive.

Love Mom in the Bouncy House! Wonderful.

Sal is it you that made this big mess in my house? With your mind? Certainly couldn't be me. My mind is not that powerful.

Hoping our Quiche is keeping her head above water.

At 23:16 Blogger vampi said...

Ani, your aha moment made me teary eyed. *snugs* thank you.

kali, i do like my macbook, i don't know that i would recommend it though. mac does soem things really fan-freaking-tastic, and others drive me up the wall. take for instance the cd's i tried to burn for one sock short at fiendom, they are coasters. (oss, i'm still looking for my dvd's so i can try again) for non-windows operating system, i really loved ubuntu. there was lots of freely available software to do practically everything i wanted to do. wiht mac i find the software to be cost prohibitive sometimes. in any case, i would recommend a computer that is either a mac or unbuntu, i got nothing nice to say about windows, unless you are a gamer.

At 23:57 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Yes, it was me Aleta. Shame I can't use my telekinetic powers to clean my own home, instead of messing with the homes of my Fiends.

At 00:17 Anonymous Lysandwr said...

ANI!!! Well spoken and totally cool "Aha" moment! Plus you look totally Fab, not that it is pertinent to your message but ... just sayin'

Thinking good thoughts towards the far east (or not so far west, if one is in California/West Coast area)and their weather...

Plus, as always, positive bee vibes.

hugs for anyone I missed.

Back offline for a while....more Postal Training to insure that I don't. Go postal, that is :)

wheeeee!!!

At 01:44 Blogger Marjorie said...

'Morning all. Awesome video, Ani!

Jack & the Beanstalk sounds fun! The time I fell off the stage we had a proper stage (blocks) having rehersed without. we were walking around a table, from the back to the front of the stage and I was on the outside of the group and got shuffled off sideways. I was 11 at the time. I have always regretted that getting carted off in an ambulance meant that I missed seeing 3 of out local farmers performing '3 Little Maids from School'in full drag...

I'm sure your show will be much more sucessful, Emily.

I see Boss has just tweeted a link here, for the honey, so no doubt there will be a few new fiends showing up.

Think sympathetic thoughts, fiends. I have to go to the dentist this morning. It's only for a check up, but I have a phobia about dentists...

At 01:53 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Ohhh -luck for the dentist Marjorie. Hope your teeth pass the test with flying colours

At 06:41 Blogger dabbler said...

Sorry, Sal and Kali, Didn't mean to contribute to nightmares.

They reminded me, a bit, of the animated short film 'Varmints' by Marc Craste from a book of the same name by Helen Ward. Powerful, disturbing and weirdly beautiful. Saw it with the Oscar shorts film tour this year. I strongly recommend it. The Jellyfish don't come in til the end.

And I do think those giant ones are beautiful...the same way tigers are. From a distance.

At 08:07 Blogger One Sock Short said...

I'm patient, Vampi. Knitting makes me so ;-) Which reminds me, I still need to untangle that cotton yarn...

At 09:11 Blogger EmilyLady said...

Good luck at the dentist, Marjorie! I hope everything goes okay for you. Fiend power!

At 09:17 Blogger Ani said...

Thanks for the happy vibes, everyone! I did have a lot of fun doing it, and my theory is if you're having fun and you have something to say, then it will be fine no matter what.

At 09:27 Blogger dabbler said...

Marjorie, may your teeth be clean and slippery and gleaming with a minimum of effort and fear...

At 10:07 Blogger gaypet said...

Coolest bee pix ever!

Your hair is curling? ;) I am considering shaving my head!

At 11:19 Blogger ariandalen said...

Well, it's been about 10 hours since Marjorie posted. I assume that her trip to the dentist went well. :)

Vampi, you could always post the playlist on your blog. It doesn't maatter if you get the cd burned. ;)

At 11:20 Blogger Jess said...

Speaking of music, I'm still looking for takers on the CD swap thing. Otherwise I may just send everything to Emily. ;)

At 12:09 Blogger Marjorie said...

I survived the dentist, thank you all :-) Been at work since then.

At 15:03 Blogger Jess said...

Also, good heavens. That must be one fantastic award. :D

At 15:28 Blogger Ani said...

Jess, I meant to be in on the CD swap--let me see what I've got to swap. I will DM you and Emily on it.

At 15:32 Blogger Adri said...

There's something about peeling shrimp I find very soothing.

Tonight I'm making grilled garlic shrimp with tomato sherry vinegarette and roasted corn, all served on a baby green and edible flower salad. I must remember to take pictures because it's going to be beautiful.

At 15:54 Blogger Marjorie said...

Jess - did you see Boss's tweet? Whoever knew Hugos came in different flavors?

At 16:31 Blogger Hellie said...

Adri that sounds delicious! I'm making do with boring soup tonight.

Marjorie you are very brave, I am terrified of the dentist!

Award winning bees and award winning boss, what a great week! But there was I assuming that Hugo had been smeared in mint & wildflower honey. Mmmm lickable!!

At 16:36 Blogger Hellie said...

Oh I forgot to post this - http://www.tocanlive.com/enter/ It's a vampire blog whodunnit type thing that's connected to a theatre show and a graphic novel. Haven't had a chance to have a proper look at this yet but looks intriguing!

At 17:10 Blogger Jess said...

Seems to me that the whole concept of trophies in general would be vastly improved if they were presented in popsicle form: cherry, grape, orange creamsicle, and fudgey.

Yeah, Ani, let me know what you've got, and what you like the look of.

At 18:19 Blogger vampi said...

oh i used to love the banana popsicles when i was little. now i can't stand them, the smell makes me want to gag.

also remember the super big flavorices you could get at lawsons? man i used to love those. and i am so amused that the lawsons is big in japan now and no where in america.

i would love me a flavorice award.

At 19:00 Blogger Jane said...

I still like those banana popsicles. But I didn't have them as a child...

At 20:31 Blogger ariandalen said...

I'm not sure I've ever had a Flavorice. Popsicles, yes. Honest to Fod Slurpees, yes. Flavorice, don't think so. I may even have had a banana Popsicle, but that would have been, oh, forty years ago.

At 21:31 Blogger AletaMay said...

Here is a wonderful tale in which some fiends and our lovely Queen Quiche play a role.

At 21:52 Blogger vampi said...

that is absolutely awesome and sweet.

At 00:18 Blogger spacedlaw said...

For someone who is not into zombies at all, I managed to write some zombie poetry and to get it published even! I totally blame the spicy brains for that, so thanks a bunch for the inspiration, fiends!
The anthology "Zany Zombie Poetry for the Undead Head" is out today at an Amazon store near you. Probably orderable from an indie store as well (check out the ISBN).
Can't wait to get my contributer copy...

At 00:26 Blogger DataGoddess said...

Nathalie, how cool!!! Congrats!!

At 02:10 Anonymous kali_licious said...

Congrats Nathalie!:)

Aleta that is a wonderful tale indeed!

At 02:32 Blogger Dragonsally said...

*high fives Nathalie*

At 02:34 Blogger spacedlaw said...

Bart is an absolute darling (and a scheming monkey indeed - or whatever words used to that extent by Kay).
It makes for a great smile bringing tale.

At 04:52 Blogger louisa said...

Nat, that is one of the most beautiful love stories I've read in a long time, thanks so much for sharing it.

At 04:56 Blogger spacedlaw said...

Actually that one was shared by Aleta, who is also a common friend of this sweet couple.
Kay hangs out around here every now and then, so she is a fiend too.

At 05:06 Blogger louisa said...

You're absolutely correct, Nat.

Take two...

Thanks Aleta.

[Reboots brain and goes to put the kettle on]

At 06:32 Blogger Jess said...

Yay Nathalie and Aleta! \o/

Look: this hirsute gentleman is, like, totally stealing Manwife's tee shirt thunder. No fair! We wore it first!

At 07:23 Blogger louisa said...

Is anyone else having difficulty with blogger this morning? Trying to post to the blog and about ready to scream.

And nice try, Jess, distracting me with those amazing Kyle Cassidy photos

At 07:31 Blogger Jess said...

Hey, I'm not lying. Look! Look!! Manwife was first!! It's an outrage.

At 07:49 Blogger Hellie said...

That is a fab t shirt Jess - it's no wonder people are attempting to steal your manwife's style!

At 07:57 Blogger Jess said...

I mean! How will anyone recognise us now?! :O

I love this portrait. Think that's my favorite of the bunch. That, or this.

At 08:01 Blogger louisa said...

this is mine, the more I look at it the more I see

At 08:09 Blogger Jess said...

NOw that is a tee shirt! :D

At 08:17 Blogger spacedlaw said...

The kid inside it is scary.

At 08:18 Blogger louisa said...

It's his hands that fascinate me most

At 08:22 Blogger spacedlaw said...

Exactly. Hands and arms.

At 09:44 Blogger Ani said...

Aleta, that is a great story! Thank you for sharing it.

At 10:46 Blogger One Sock Short said...

Is there an EmilyLady in the house? Did the package arrive? Did it? Huh? Huh? (The Chicago postal system is notoriously bad, so I worry.)

At 13:12 Blogger Phiala said...

Eating too many goldfish crackers and chocolate bunny grahams (with approving rabbit!); inability to concentrate; desire to run away from home and become a hermit.

[checks calendar]

Yup.

At 13:36 Blogger ariandalen said...

Phiala, who makes chocolate bunny grahams? Pepperidge Farms makes S'Mores Goldfish, and Nabisco makes honey graham honeybees, and I've seen various other sea creature cheddar crackers, but I haven't seen chocolate graham bunnies.

At 13:41 Blogger Phiala said...

Chocolate (and other flavors) of Bunny Grahams come from Annie's. And read this too.

At 13:57 Blogger louisa said...

I LOVE Annies. I miss Annies. They have the best mac cheese, I always bring a box back with me. I hope I never have to try and explain that to a customs officer, though I'm quite sure they get much weirder stuff smuggled in.

At 14:28 Blogger ariandalen said...

I don't think our big supermarket carries Annie's grahams. I've seen the mac and cheese, but not the grahams. Granted, my primary reason for not buying Annie's is the price.
It's hard to beat $0.99-$1.19 a box for HEB Buddy Grahams, though the bunnies are cuter than a cartoon full grocery bag.

Way to go Birdchick!

At 15:09 Blogger Adri said...

Ari-- thou shalt not mention HEB. I'm still in mourning. Only bad thing about leaving Texas so far!

(oh HEB, how I miss you and your massive selection, friendly staff, low prices, and nice stores)

Nathalie-- Congrats!

At 15:43 Blogger Chantrelle said...

Behind on comments again!

Making reservations for friday night for dinner and a car to take us to and from for our 10 yr. anniversary! Almost slipped past w/ all the mayhem of bday and parents and school, etc.

At 15:51 Blogger ariandalen said...

Yes! Congratulations, Nathalie!

Adri, I didn't tell you to move to California. ;)

At 17:19 Blogger Dan Guy said...

On the way home from work today, Shakira's "She Wolf" came on the radio.

When she rhymed something with "lycanthropy", I thought, "Wow, her command of English is getting advanced!"

And then I realized she was probably using the Quiche School of Foreign Language Study: watching Underworld constantly.

At 17:26 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

Very funny Danguy! And what is WRONG with watching Underworld constantly I ask you???

Hi Fiends, give me another to catch up and I will be with you again....

At 17:53 Blogger Dragonsally said...

Quiche! Quiche! We've missed you.

Stop with the talk of food already, I haven't had breakfast yet.

And yes, that boy in Kyle's photos is, ahhh, interesting.

Where can one buy the t'shirt Jess? It is all sorts of awesomeness.

Right, time to shower and get the day on the road.

At 18:57 Blogger Dan Guy said...

Nothing at all wrong with watching the Underworld movies constantly, or Milla J's oevre, IMHO.

I had a good friend, growing up, of whom that young man reminds me. This is him now.

At 19:28 Blogger Jess said...

Argh. Just went looking for it, Sally, and can't find it. Nor can we remember the name of the company. Do know that it was the only tee shirt on their website not for sale, because of copyright issues. If I find out, though, I'll let you know.

Dan, that man has the look of a developer about him. He's got the regulation haircut, anyway.

Hi, Quiche! :) Hope you're feeling better. Made Rat tonight. Am particularly proud of it because I couldn't remember exactly how to make your Rat recipe, apart from lots of garlic, tomatoes, and eggplant. Kind of made it up as I went along. It was good.

At 20:02 Blogger Dan Guy said...

Oh yeah, he's a developer, alright.

At 20:05 Blogger Jess said...

I knew it!

At 20:08 Blogger FabulousLorraine said...

AC has released my brain from evil PMS.

New post is UP!

At 20:21 Blogger Lioness said...

Before we all leave here, ariandalen asked if anyone is watching Defying Gravity. I am. It has me intrigued enough to keep watching although it isn't Must See TV. Anyone else?

At 00:19 Blogger Uisge said...

OSS - I'm lusting after the rare books in your photos. Could you send me the smell of them (and a little of the sound?)

At 00:59 Blogger Uisge said...

Ani - Blue Door (st Paul) and Town Talk (mpls) both have deep fried pickles. FYI

Spacedlaw - Love, love, love the tibetan anatomy paintings.

Dabbler - Susan's internet was down and just came back up today. I'll double check that she's emailed you.

Aleta - thank you for sharing that wonderful story.

At 06:20 Blogger Phiala said...

Uisge, there's a perfume that smells like old books. I have some, and it does. (Other places have cheaper small decants.)

And now, on to the next post!

At 08:17 Blogger One Sock Short said...

Uisge and Phiala - I've heard of the perfume, but never smelled it. But, ah yes, the sound! Nothing sounds quite like handmade paper. Though it's really the sizing that gives it that characteristic soft crackle. Imagine a room full of just that sound as a dozen people silently collate books.

At 21:30 Blogger Phiala said...

The perfume smells like an old leather-bound book. But unfortunately not the one I wanted it to smell like, but a different one. Still very accurate though.

What? Books smell different depending on binding, paper, age, storage conditions.

At 21:45 Blogger One Sock Short said...

Indeed. Red rot would probably not be a huge seller, I'm guessing...

At 23:13 Blogger Uisge said...

OSS and Phiala - Thank you, thank you. For the scent rec and the happy daydream of a room full of old books. mmm

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