It was a busy week for me, starting off with a birthday celebration, culminating with Star Wars Day, and it happened to be my last week of teaching at Chicago State.
I have a fake facebook account floating around on the interweb. My original intention was to use it to snoop into other people’s lives and maybe take advantage of a special offer or two. Since the birthday I entered on that account is false, the few real friends of mine who found the account typically wish me a happy birthday some time in the fall. Fortunately, my wife doesn’t do facebook either, so she isn’t fooled by the alternative facts found on-line and knows when to really celebrate my birthday, and she did so this year with a pyramid of lava cakes.
Full disclosure, this picture does not have enough calories in it, so coffee ice cream and freshly made maple-syrup flavored whipped cream were added post production.
… that’s the title of an email I sent my wife when I came across this instructables page. She did, and now my BB-8 collection is growing. Thanks Rozenn! You’re awesome. I can’t figure out what Star Wars project I want you to make for me next; it’s too hard to decide.
I just saw Rogue One and so I’m in a Star Wars mood. A long time ago (March) in a galaxy far, far away (downtown), I went to C2E2. (Here are the photos to prove it.) I had purchased some nice Star Wars art and have been looking for a frame to display it. I gave up (read: had to put the project on the back burner because of the piles of grading). Recently, I revisited the problem (read: finished grading) and decided that the only way I was going to get the frame style I wanted at a price I could afford was to, well, you know: