I'm beginning to think that flossing is the most powerful thing I can do to have a good day
it's like, "I have fought the forces of entropy in my mouth
of course I can fight them everywhere else"
or if my inner voice is being a bitch and telling me I don't have it together, I can say bitch I fukken flossed today, I'm an adult
I'm at the aquarium! I spent about half an hour looking at lobsters and giving them names. They're so pretty, I love them.
bare-knuckle bag work yesterday, painted on some liquid bandage, which hurts like hell btw
it's peeling up a bit after xfit this morning which makes it look worse than it is, my knucks look super badass
gonna give myself an intimidatingly elegant manicure and enjoy the life
drew this cool lady yesterday/today
maaaaaaan the image formatting on my site bothers me soooo much right now. On the one hand, I don't know enough to refab all the current features without creating an unmaintainable monster; on the other hand, there's the black hole of trying to change just one component in someone else's pelican/jinja/html layer cake. FEH
today would be a great day to listen to wagner and play minecraft
and then I thought about writing a ranked-pair voting webapp in flask
I was ready to stab a fool over debugging this bedamned css
then I got my triceratops mug in the mail and I poured in a raspberry lambic
we'll call it even this time, world
triceratops looks very metal peering up from a seeming sea of blood
oh shit I just linked two html pages together
what the FFFFFFFFFFF
all of my five careers want all my attention right now
Good morning you gorgeous and handsome samples of the precious cargo contained by our Planet Earth. How are you today?
THIS is how I FEEL about CSS
oh and there's no "first instance of x after y" selector either
no there is not a parent selector in css
so yeah guess I'll make some unintuitive stopgap classes that's fine
working on the css styling-text assessment on MDN, I finally learned enough to make a sort of real-looking webpage!
obvi I will be improving it by adding some bangin' fonts and eye-popping colors, this is going to be the webpage of St. Huxley's irresponsible art magnet school, not the boring, serious St. Huxley's Community College webpage
just humanely rehomed a spider! Sometimes I'll let them be, since I'm more okay with them than with the flying insects they catch, but this guy was gonna have a hard time finding mosquitoes in my closet.