As promised, I ironed the curtains.
Also as promised, here is a picture of moi (prn: “mou-waah”) modeling the finest in contemporary home maintenance wear courtesy of Paul Frankenstein. Click the pic for a big, big eyeful (no, no, you don’t have to send the kids out of the room, honest).
The shirt is VERY large, but I haven’t washed it yet. I have a couple other cafepress shirts and they are marked as the same size. They fit fine. Paul has many fine garments for purchase by the public at large (including the one I’m wearing: it says “en cas d’urgence gardez votre calme” next to a lil doob-levay-say, or crappah, as some would have it) here.
I won the shirt in a too-short, thanks to me, first-come-first-served contest (link to Paul’s current blog page; once you’re there, use your browser’s page-search function to look for “number of dots”) that Paul hosted regarding the logical mechanism underlying a design feature of his blog. Later in life I hope to adjust this link so it points to the appropriate archive.
I’d love to tell ya about it, but his NDA was killer.
I would like to point out however, that the shirt espouses a fine sentiment which we can all get behind.
Paul also today wrote a fine roundup of his visible corner of the blogocology, which I heartily recommend.
In the spirit of these things, here’s mike.whybark.com’s first contest: first person to accurately count the things in this photo which have been previously featured on mike.whybark.com in their own entries wins a randomly drawn gimcrack from a big bag of Archie McPhee goodies we have laying around the house!
(ahem, no, Viv, immediate family members are NOT included.)