January 05, 2006

Hey Again

Dude. After the college quarter of doom (informative and fun, but super punishing) I pulled up stakes and have spent the last three weeks zipping around California visiting friends and family. I now seem to have spent enough time slouching around in living rooms and restaurants with many of my favorite people to achieve full decompression. (Also, I tried Vietnamese and Jordanian food for the first time, knitted a hat, went on a leisurely motorcycle ride through the LA foothills, got back in touch with some high school friends, had a totally delightful time with my family, drove a damn big truck from LA to SF, saw Aeon Flux, had Emerald Prawns at the Hangen restaurant in Mountain View, found a pair of killer leather pants on ridiculous markdown and was gifted with a new-to-me printer that has the right sort of plug for my laptop. This was capped by spending a day on my return at The Metaphorest, a house of many roommates in Seattle, whose escape velocity seems to be increasing hourly.)

Wahoo! Anyway, I certainly hope all of you had as pleasant a time over your holiday season and wish everyone a very happy New Year :)

So, for better or worse, you'll all be seeing a lot more of me around these here parts as I resume normal blogging service. I expect to be writing more about agricultural issues and likely a good bit more about local political issues. Also, look for a write-up of my interview with Darcy Burner, the only currently running Democratic candidate for Washington's 8th Congressional District.

Posted by natasha at January 5, 2006 12:22 PM | Miscellaneous | Technorati links |
Comments

I don't know what's in your css file, but going from blog to blog, this one is significantly smaller print than most others. Of course I can hit the "larger font" button on my browser, but really you need a bigger default font. My $0.02.

Posted by: Eli Stephens at January 5, 2006 04:54 PM

Thanks, Eli, for the feedback. I hope this font size works better. (It can still be modified either way for the discriminating reader.)

Posted by: Mary at January 6, 2006 05:27 PM

I suspect that dumping corncobs in the ocean is not a valid means of sequestering carbon. Possibly composting excretions and clippings might work. Unfortunately, Agribusiness doesn't seem to have cooperative mechanisms for turning pig droppings into food.

Posted by: Scorpio at January 7, 2006 02:01 PM

Glad to have you back here and your adventures sound like a blast!

Posted by: Scott at January 8, 2006 12:49 PM