Bits and Links
Quantum Theology: Our Spooky Interconnectedness, because you just knew that the phrase "quantum theology" was going to get my attention.
Harold Camping is not sorry.
The Rize of Zombie Walks: Is the human race finally embracing its true identity?
Am tired. Walked a little bit yesterday--something less than a mile--and a littler little bit today--just a walk around the block. My body thinks I should stay in bed most of the day, which is mostly okay with my mind since I've been in the mood for lying down and reading books anyway. Still, I do hope I have energy to do something useful tomorrow; and I have plans to do something useful on Wednesday, so I need to get some energy soon.
I did get to a grocery store yesterday, though, which gave me the opportunity to buy an alternate breakfast cereal for those days when I'm tired of what I've already got. So what did I buy? Crunchy granola with non-GMO hemp seeds! Mmmm... tastes like hippies.
As a housemate pointed out, I have enough hair to make a hippie--but I refuse to grow dreadlocks. I wouldn't mind having more tie-dyed clothing, though.
I have done nothing useful today. Today would not have been a good day to make phone calls, because today was not a good day for conversations with people who are not already accustomed to the way I babble on days like today.
Tonight's supper ingredients: ground lamb, red onion, garlic, sweet potato, Stayman apple, Russian kale, collard greens, olive oil, salt, cinnamon, and coriander. Whatever's making me tired, it's not a lack of nutritious food.
Book I've been reading: Blind Alley by Iris Johansen. I'd never read anything by her before, but so far this book is exactly the kind of mind candy I needed.
Oh, for those wondering: I finally finished a book from the 400s class of the Dewey Decimal System. I still haven't visited any museums yet this year, though. Maybe I should give up on that particular New Year's resolution for 2011.