Thursday, June 24, 2010

There's a Crack in the Universe!

If you've been watching the new season of Doctor Who, you know that the little girl, Amelia Pond, is worried about a crack in her wall, which, it turns out is actually a crack in the universe.

Suddenly, everywhere the Doctor goes, he finds the crack.

Well, guess what? NASA has found a crack in our galaxy! And it has an eerie resemblance to the Doctor's crack!

Read more about it here, and here! All this lends an bizarre dimension to the current Doctor Who story arc! If anyone from England is reading this, please don't tell me how it turns out! Although I can't wait to see, I do want to see it for myself. No spoilers!

Don't forget to check out BBC in America on Saturday evenings to catch the rest of Doctor Who!


I have lots to do today. I've decided to get serious about a business, and I'm busy setting things up. Up real soon now on my to-do list are a whole lot of paperwork, a revamped logo, a new website, and patterns that will be available in PDF format. What that means is lots of work! Plus, I'm investigating some fun knitting accessories for you!

So, you may be hearing from me a little less often, but keep in touch, because there will be new stuff for you, some of it really spectacular!

Hope you're having a fun week!



I forgot to mention that there will be a new Burn Notice on tonight.

I also just found out why it's been so warm in my apartment. The air conditioning in the whole apartment building is not functioning. They're aware of the problem and working on it, and they're advising residents to find another place to stay. If necessary, they may evacuate. I'm on the evacuation list.

I hope it doesn't come to that, but if you don't see any posts on this blog for a while, don't worry about me. That means you, Lynn.


Another addition:

The apartment people just called to evacuate me because it's 80 degrees in here! They said it may be a couple of weeks before the air conditioning is fixed.

So where was the help in the Spring and Fall when it was regularly 110 degrees and over in here and I was getting NO sympathy at all? All they would say was "Open a window!" It was 110 degrees with the window open! Not to mention the allergy problems from having the window open!

I told them I thought I'd survive 80 degrees, and would be more comfortable here.

If the situation changes drastically, I'll go, but in spite of the fact that I'd rather have it a bit cooler than 80 degrees, I think I'll survive.

I may eventually have to open a window for a while, though, because it's not just warm, but stuffy in here. There hasn't been much, if any air circulation in the last few days.

Stay cool!

1 comment:

  1. I hope your still having fun and got that window open. I love the Doctor and Sci Fi. Have a lovely day.