132: Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?

May 24, 2009 by

For all of you (ahem, all of us) who don’t speak Latin…you know…just in general…that would be a title for the Governor in our little book–in English: Who Watches the Watchmen?

This week, Chapters 7 and 8 of The Scarlet Letter!

Some quick links for your merriment (and a massive sound of time sucking down the drain): Checkout Scrivener if you have a Mac and write stories, lookee at News Knitter, Interesting idea…LifeHacks, another way to organize your days, quick and dirty (really) mosquito trap, how to read more books this year, how to learn faster, 14 ways to make your resolutions stick, The No-S Diet (not what you think), cool art from a Tucsonan, take a look at Ravelry before there was a Ravelry, a kewl knitted village, more expensive mosquito killer, and, finally, a fun blog add-on.

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2 Comments

  1. Julieanna,
    You do understand that forever after I will never be able to listen to that song without thinking of you and your sister and that AWESOME conflation of lyrics.
    Spectacular!!!
    H

  2. Julieanna

    Hi Heather,
    The story you told about Dexter playing the song from “The Man of La Mancha’, brought back some great memories. Growing up, that was a favorite in our house and everyone knew the words to Don Quixote’s theme song. Even my littlest sister, who was about three at the time would sing, “I am I, honkey do-ay, the Lord of La Mancha.”

    Thanks for all you do!

    Julieanna

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