This week we are joined by Sara and Cazey from the "As Told Over Brunch" blog to discuss what else ...Home and Self Improvement. When it comes to doing work around the home you can either do it yourself, or you can hire a contractor. Both methods are filled with pitfalls, but typically these are faced after you begin. This week we learn about the issues presented before any work is even attempted. Travel is often times great way to improve upon and learn more about yourself, but knowing the language will go a long way to determining just how much. The written word even in your native tongue can also be difficult, and if you are not careful you can easily offend with an errant comma, or simply too many spaces. Grab a Shirley Temple and a buffalo chicken sandwich, and enjoy the show.
The Summer of Tom is in full swing, and the North American part of the journey is coming to a close. So what has been learned; quite a bit actually. Did you know that blue lights in a bathroom can tell you a lot about the community around you? How about how mead and your honeymoon go hand in hand? Apparently some of us still have a lot of unanswered questions about geography, and talking road trips has a way of bringing these to light. We also learn about the next stops on the tour, and it sounds like Tom's passport is going to get a workout. Grab a Zima and enjoy the ride.
Some events and stories are a long time coming, and after too long of a hiatus we can honestly say Pat is back. A positive DELI rating is one we may still have to wait a little while longer to see, or will we. The best stories though take years to set up, and then the climax is reached in a matter of seconds. It is those stories that grow larger each time they are told and become the thing of legend. Williamsburg has seen its fair share of legends, but this one will loom large for a long time to come.
This week we are joined by Sean from Nectar Sunglasses, and it sounds like this winter was an amazing one, but not without some close calls. We learn of another close call when texts are returned without knowing who is really on the other end of the line. Voices can also be distorted to hide who is really on the line, and we found a new toy that helps us to do just that. This week we also receive a gift that we didn't see coming, and we couldn't be more excited about it...now if we could just figure out how we are supposed to use it. Enjoy the show sport.
What you miss can often be more important that what you actually make. Missing a significant other's birthday should have dire ramifications, but sometimes it can lend itself to unexpected bonuses. Never getting an ailment fixed means you never have to know all that you were missing by having it rectified. Motorcycles are usually a blast, but sometimes missing your mark can mean you get to ride yet another day. Pranks have are often a source of joy among good friends, but as of late these tend to be more about causing harm and that seems to miss the point that made them great to begin with. Records have always been special because of their impermanence, but this week we learn of a medium that takes this to another level and makes sure you will miss what you once had.