- Current Mood:comforted
My friend M* & I were talking on our way into the Menil Collection. Here's the exchange:
A: Look at that squirrel! It doesn't have a tail!
M: It's got really big ears, too!
A: It's not a squirrel.
M: It's definitely a rabbit.
A: Botany fai- I mean, biology fail.
M: I'd call it a complete fail.
- Current Location:US, Texas, Houston, Harris, Caroline St, 4033
At Bush Intercontinental. With hotpantsgalore. Bags checked through to Paris. And what made me happy?? Looking at my Tasks app on my phone & seeing nothing due until August 26th!
We will be hitting Bordeaux, London, Northamptonshire, Aberystwyth, York, & Edinburgh on this trip. Can't wait.
- Current Location:US, Texas, Houston, Harris, Greens Rd, 6205
This document is titled "Shadeaux facts".
- Current Location:office
- Current Mood:ready to LEAVE
- Current Music:Imagine Dragons
is eaten by mice,
the colors and patterns
of what's left behind
do not change.
As bedrock, tilted,
its purple and red striations unbroken.
Unstrippable birthright grandeur.
How are you," I asked,
not knowing what to expect.
"Contrary to Keatsian joy," he replied.
Cookout on the BBQ, despite stupefying Texas heat? Check.
Friends & neighbors over, eating & drinking while dogs play? Check.
Peach cobbler? Check. With homemade ice cream, too.
Walking down to park for free performance by the symphony? Check.
Fireworks set to the 1812 Overture? BOOM CHECKA WOW!!!
Excellent. You may now proceed with the rest of your summer.
- Current Location:US, Texas, Houston, Harris, Travis St, 4090
Last month I traveled to Alice, Texas to do a Phase I ESA on a recently constructed shop. The shop was so recently constructed, in fact, that it didn't appear on any of the aerial photographs I had. Also, its address didn't map correctly when entered into a GPS. I was able to find the place based on driving directions from the client, but once I was there, there were no obvious landmarks to help me figure out where "there" was. So I asked the client to mark the site location on an aerial, or alternatively, to provide me with a map showing the property.
Here's what I got:
When I replied that this aerial was not very helpful, I got:
But, despite the lack of useful information, my ESA still needed to include a map (it's required, by law). As I was contemplating this situation, Corey IM'd me. Corey is one of our CAD/GIS drafters here in the office - he's a huge Cowboys fan & we trash-talk NFL-style all year round. Here's the IM conversation we had about making that map:
Oops. Broke the Cowboys fan.
- Current Location:the orifice (oops, office)
- Current Mood: amused
- Current Music:Mumford & Sons