I feel a title for my memoirs.
I have been busier than Mike the Chicken.
Busier than this guy.
I have been dealing with three absolutely incapable professors during this semester, and a few administrative wankers that cannot seem to pull their heads out of their arses long enough to tell the time of day (really, how can a moron like me be better at their jobs than they are?), and it's kept my hands pretty full. The end, however, is in sight (thank the Powers That Be!), and I'm trying to get back into the swing of living a real life.
I'm not here to talk about the filthy black hole of college suck, though; we're going to talk about SPRING!
While I've been slaving my life away for the sake of a few measly hours of college credit, Life has been growing outside! I've seen it as I sneak guilty peeks out my window and think of how The Man is stealing all the time for creative things like writing, photography, and art from my life (folks like me don't do well in an academic environment).
I have been on a couple of quick photo safaris during the season, and that's what we're sharing today.
Would you like to see some pretty things?
Then watch the slideshow.
So, what else have we been up to at Fusspot Farm?
Not much, really.
We got a spiffy little cable that hooks our computers up to the television.
I've got to say, the blog looks pretty keen in 1080p.
My mother laughed when I showed her this. I'm not sure if I should be flattered or not.
So does the new Plain White T's video...
If you haven't gotten their latest album, what the ruddy hell are you waiting for, an engraved invitation? GO.
If you loved Every Second Counts, you're gonna love Wonders Of The Younger (it's like his big brother on steroids).
That, and we're gearing up for The Royal Wedding.
I don't care if this is finals week, I have declared April 29th
a holiday at Fusspot Farm. I'm baking a cake, we're gettin' up at my usual bedtime,
and we're going to have ourselves a right royal good time (pun intended).
Thus far, I have not decided whether we're going to tune in to BBC America or Fox.
On one hand, BBC will probably have really great coverage, but, on the other,
I just love Shepard Smith. I remember when he was arrested!
I'll bet that was the happiest day of Carl Cameron's life.
And that's why he spent the next eight years in Crawford.
"Dear God, not another FOUR YEARS in Crawford."
My guess is that we'll switch back and fourth until the thing really kicks off.
In anticipation for this Friday, I've been looking at some Royal souvenirs to occupy my brain.
I've also been planning some pretty gear material for the blog.
I've been holding these posts back for just a little while, but it shouldn't be long, now.
Have a listen to this song while I give you a preview.
I just introduced my mother to The Redwalls, and I do believe I have created a monster.
I'll put it this way: she just asked me if I was watching Pirate Radio without her.
This means big love around our house.
Why, I believe it's the Music Nerd Octopus and Pete Townshend. That's right. It's gonna be pretty awesometastic.
You'll have to wait for a little longer, though.
The anticipation is palpable.
Reginald Kitty is not amused.