“Live the life you love.” As seen in Estes Park, Colorado.
Right after I left Colorado ~3 weeks ago, I received a message that a package had arrived for me. I wasn’t expecting anything, so all I could think was that maybe the Nuts On Clark people had sent me a gift to apologize for a recent messed-up order.
I got back in Colorado last night, and when I walked to the front office today I found this “The Moose Is Back” t-shirt, which is an even better surprise than the free popcorn might have been. :)
As seen in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 2017.
I got a “chemo ninja” t-shirt like this one when I was recovering from thyroid cancer. Think I’m gonna need a new one after they remove part of my digestive system in about ten days.
I was reminded of this “If at first you don’t succeed, call it Version 1.0” saying this morning. You can find this t-shirt on Amazon if you’re interested.
As seen in Boulder, Colorado during a walk yesterday.
Here’s a “99 bugs in the code” t-shirt.
One of my nieces got me this “Straight Outta Cookies” Cookie Monster t-shirt for Christmas last year. For a guy like me who once got paid in cookies to build a website, it’s a great gift. :)
As I walked into the local Starbucks today an alarm went off on my phone saying there was a tornado warning. So I asked the three people working there, “Which is worse, a tornado warning or a watch? I can never remember which is which.”
So rather than google it, we talked about whether “watch” or “warning” implied more danger, then we talked about some other things while we watched stuff go flying down the street. Never did figure out which is worse, but eventually I got a coffee.
Later in the day I came across a big ol’ wind-blown disaster mess at a gift shop, where I found this t-shirt amongst the ruins.
I saw this image on Google+, where the poster wrote, “Don’t know if that’s a good statistic.” Indeed, that looks like an amazing change in nine years. Linux users: Do your heart a favor and get out there and exercise.