Jan. 17th, 2005

wispfox: (pissed off)
So, I was informed this morning that the place I moved my car to is not somewhere I can park, and is a towing risk. So, I can actually get out of the spot, even with snow and ice, but I'm not allowed to park there overnight. Even though there's no signs saying so. I was given a number to call as far as who owns the spots, but there is no one - not even an answering machine - answering the number. I begin to doubt that it's actually a useful number.

Thus, I get to start looking for somewhere else to park, _now_, rather than in the Spring.

Thus far, the search is _not_ going well. I'm going to be really annoyed if I have to move because I have nowhere to park! *sigh* Fucking Andover parking...

edit: talked to my landlord. He says that ~15 feet out from the back of the building is his, so I (and probably one other person) should be able to park there. I'm wary, since that lot - although not that specific spot - is where I got towed from the first night I lived in my current apartment. But, he said that if I get towed he'll do something about it. So that's my current hope. Will investigate tonight.
wispfox: (pissed off)
So, I was informed this morning that the place I moved my car to is not somewhere I can park, and is a towing risk. So, I can actually get out of the spot, even with snow and ice, but I'm not allowed to park there overnight. Even though there's no signs saying so. I was given a number to call as far as who owns the spots, but there is no one - not even an answering machine - answering the number. I begin to doubt that it's actually a useful number.

Thus, I get to start looking for somewhere else to park, _now_, rather than in the Spring.

Thus far, the search is _not_ going well. I'm going to be really annoyed if I have to move because I have nowhere to park! *sigh* Fucking Andover parking...

edit: talked to my landlord. He says that ~15 feet out from the back of the building is his, so I (and probably one other person) should be able to park there. I'm wary, since that lot - although not that specific spot - is where I got towed from the first night I lived in my current apartment. But, he said that if I get towed he'll do something about it. So that's my current hope. Will investigate tonight.

[random]

Jan. 17th, 2005 01:25 pm
wispfox: (Default)
Wee! Random candy from Hong Kong that I can't read!

[random]

Jan. 17th, 2005 01:25 pm
wispfox: (Default)
Wee! Random candy from Hong Kong that I can't read!

[words]

Jan. 17th, 2005 03:43 pm
wispfox: (happy)
I derive much glee from the fact that the word mishmashes 'inasmuch' and 'insofar' are valid dictionary words.

I want more crazy words like those! Three words in one!

Of course, I tend to want to use 'inasmuchas', because 'as' is the most common word I use at the end of 'inasmuch'. Sadly, _that_ is not valid.

[words]

Jan. 17th, 2005 03:43 pm
wispfox: (happy)
I derive much glee from the fact that the word mishmashes 'inasmuch' and 'insofar' are valid dictionary words.

I want more crazy words like those! Three words in one!

Of course, I tend to want to use 'inasmuchas', because 'as' is the most common word I use at the end of 'inasmuch'. Sadly, _that_ is not valid.
wispfox: (Default)
Overexcitability and the gifted, link found on [livejournal.com profile] tafkar's journal.

I especially like the last sentence:

"REMEMBER THE JOY
Often when overexcitability is discussed examples and concerns are mostly negative. Remember that being overexcitable also brings with it great joy, astonishment, beauty, compassion, and creativity. Perhaps the most important thing is to acknowledge and relish the uniqueness of an overexcitable child or adult."
wispfox: (Default)
Overexcitability and the gifted, link found on [livejournal.com profile] tafkar's journal.

I especially like the last sentence:

"REMEMBER THE JOY
Often when overexcitability is discussed examples and concerns are mostly negative. Remember that being overexcitable also brings with it great joy, astonishment, beauty, compassion, and creativity. Perhaps the most important thing is to acknowledge and relish the uniqueness of an overexcitable child or adult."

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