Shannon Stacey

Archive for January, 2010

A furry pillow

What’s a diva dog to do when a cat’s hogging the blanket? Use her butt as a pillow.

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The Plow Laws

(This post brought you by 5-6″ that would have been a snow day if not for the holiday…)

Every New England neighborhood has one—that guy who goes out the second the last snowflake has fallen, even if it’s the buttcrack of dawn, and cleans his driveway. Not just a quick shoveling, mind you, but the meticulous removal of every last snowflake.

Then the plow truck comes through and buries the end of his driveway with a two-foot tall, hard-packed wall … Read More »

The pain of change

Today I made the jump from PC to Mac—the white Macbook to be more specific. I did make a concession to Microsoft by buying Office for Mac while I was at Best Buy, though, simply because I need the learning curve to be short and painless as possible.

So far?

I love the keyboard. No, not just love. Adore. I was a little worried about it because it looks so different, but it’s truly a beautiful thing. Office for Mac … Read More »

The Mac Anxiety Attack

Yesterday I made a decision—on Saturday morning I’m going to trek down to Best Buy and buy a Macbook. Yay! Very exciting and pondering software kept me busy. Do I want to pay for Office for Mac or take a chance on NeoOffice?

But then, when it was dark and I couldn’t sleep, the anxiety came.

What if I hate it? What if I can’t figure out how to use it? Ohmigod, I’ll have to figure out how to move … Read More »

A villainous Mii

This is Radsford. Who is he? He’s the bad guy in DG4. The very, very bad guy. Though, I’ve gotta say, he’s a little bit hot.

When SK and I returned from seeing the Chipmunks Squeakquel the other day, we came home to find TK making Miis. One of them was Radsford. Of course, once I looked up surnames, we discovered Radford (without the S) is a legitimate surname, but we’re going to pretend that somewhere up in my villain’s … Read More »

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