Somewhere in Grammarland: Following a rule you didn’t even know was a rule.
Claude, the albino alligator at the California Academy of Sciences, is old enough to drink! Well, he turned 21 anyway.
Speaking of time, should you choose time or money?
And, sometimes 3 minutes is forever. Sadly, a cyclist was killed during a Sonoma County fundraising event last weekend. A motorist traveling the opposite direction on a two-lane road pulled into the cyclists’ lane to pass a slow-moving truck. There was a flurry of chatter on the local club’s chat list on various aspects of the situation, one thing that really struck me was that the driver was apparently a half mile from home. Someone pointed out that even if the truck were only going 10 miles an hour, that distance would have taken 3 minutes. 3 minutes. What was so important?
Last (or at least I’m stopping here), and certainly not least – today is SFCB’s Roadworks Steamroller Printing Festival 2016
Oops, spoke to soon (about that stopping thing) – realized that next IONTW will be after the following events, and they both sound like good ones!
A keynote presentation by Brooke Holve at North Bay Letterpress Arts: When a Book Becomes an Artist Book; Content & Creative Process, September 24, 2016 – 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
September is National Sewing Month!!!
The Santa Rosa chapter of the American Sewing Guild will celebrate at the Central Santa Rosa Library, September 24, 2016 – 10:00 am to 3:00 pm with exhibits of fiber arts created by the Guild’s members and live demonstrations, including a special demonstration on hemming jeans at 2:00 pm.