A) WordPress got kind of fancy, no? Or at least the editing page underwent a slight metamorphasis. This shall be explored greatly, Friends.
B) I watched Magnolia last night in quite wonderful company. And aside from forgetting that the movie was 3+ hours long, its roots have carried through making today a most interesting one to live through. I’m not expecting frogs or anything, though I believe in the next few days we are expecting an 82% chance of rain. Exodus?
C) Matt found this website today and for any and all ex, current, future baristas, it sounds like it could potentially be an excellent idea.
D) Spaceweather.com informs us of two very important events, Cadets:
When the sun goes down tonight, step outside and look west. Weather permitting you’ll see a slender equinox crescent Moon hanging above the rosy glow of sunset. Framed by the cobalt blue of early evening, the Moon reveals its “da Vinci glow” or Earthshine, a pale impression of the full Moon inside the vivid crescent–a beautiful sight.
Consider it an appetizer for Tuesday. On April 8th, the still-slender crescent passes almost directly in front of the Pleiades star cluster. Also known as the Seven Sisters, the dipper-shaped Pleiades are visible to the naked eye even from urban areas and they look wonderful through binoculars. Tuesday evening’s delicate conjunction of Luna and the Seven Sisters should not be missed.
Eyes to the skies, Kiddos.
E) I seem to posess an insatiable craving for Matar Paneer.