Disabilities & Assistive Technologies Expo 2014

Hello All! To all my Denver and nearby peeps - my event that is now in it’s 3rd year will be tomorrow at the Colorado Convention Center If you are in the area come say hi to the Big Blue Bear and me! You might even learn a thing or two about technology and services available to help those with disabilities, your aging parents, or ways to make your life a little easier. Hope to see you tomorrow!

archiemcphee:

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We use collective nouns all the time, sometimes without even thinking about them (think “flight of stairs”), but this book reveals that there are far more of them in existence than we ever dreamt. It’s one of the most amusing reference books we’ve ever encountered and, ultimately, it’s also a wonderful love letter to the English language. Which is why, in turn, this book is a must-have for anyone in love with words.

Collective nouns are my most favorite thing! 

Definitely on the Christmas Wish List this year!

Nope. Nope. No. Nope. 

thefrenemy:

Okay. I’ll admit it. I’m a basic bitch.

So what if I like the feel of hot, pumpkin spice coffee wrapped around my hands. Yeah, you like my nail polish? It’s Essie in “Take it Outside.” That’s taupe with pink undertones, motherfucker. I got bottles of em in 30 shades of gray, cranberry, wine,…

All of this. Every single word. 

"People who have monsters recognize each other. They know each other without even saying a word."

— Benjamin Alire Sáenz (via jessicachu: gatheringbones: searchingperfection) … This is unbelievably true. (via live-to-the-point-of-tears)

(via live-to-the-point-of-tears)

This is just the best. 

I’m not a fan of horror, but somehow got a wild hair up my ass to watch American Horror Story. My plan if it gets too scary is binge watch Connie Britton as Tami Taylor and everything will be ok.

I’m not a fan of horror, but somehow got a wild hair up my ass to watch American Horror Story.

My plan if it gets too scary is binge watch Connie Britton as Tami Taylor and everything will be ok.

(Source: kit-datasswalker)

So. Freakin. Good.

Alternatively captioned…So. Many. Halloween. Costumes.

Amazing the difference a day makes.

It’s been a real shit week around here. Yesterday I wanted nothing more than to just go back to bed, pull the covers over my head and not emerge for at least a week.

Slept in a cold house resulting in a fabulous night’s sleep, woke up to a rainy fall-like morning, wearing my new black midi skirt that was just not quite appropriate for summer wear and scored a pump of pumpkin spice in my iced coffee this morning. 

On a related note, Fall is almost here! It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

Last night poor Tibs caught his back leg in between the radiator grates (second time, we are making covers).

In my attempt to help him out, Tibs bit me, resulting in a nasty, bleeding laceration. Antibiotics, tetanus shot, a good cleaning and a heavy amount of steri strips for me.

Tibs has been a bit lackluster all day. Nate cheered him (and me) up with a bag ride around the house. Tears streaming down my face from laughter, and a cat who wanted nothing more than to joyride around the house.

Life is good.

Slim! Tonight! So excited!

(Source: Spotify)

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I’ve made friends with the Stanley Hotel. Cinnamon taffy delivery earns them an A+ for wooing.

I’ve made friends with the Stanley Hotel. Cinnamon taffy delivery earns them an A+ for wooing.