September 12th, 2003


The name is Five... Friday Five

1. Is the name you have now the same name that's on your birth certificate? If not, what's changed?

2. If you could change your name (first, middle and/or last), what would it be?
Honestly, I never thought about it.

3. Why were you named what you were? (Is there a story behind it? Who specifically was responsible for naming you?)
I don't know. My parents did although whether they consulted with anyone else is not known to me. My first name literally translates to "precious mountain".

4. Are there any names you really hate or love? What are they and why?
Umm... I'll have to get back to you on that.

5. Is the analysis of your name at accurate? How or how isn't it?
The closest spelling they have to my name is "Poshaun". (Is there anyone named Polydegmon??) has annoying URL redirection so I can't link directly to it. So here it is:

The analysis...Collapse )

That's actually pretty darn accurate. The only exception is I'd like to think I don't completely exclude social and artistic interests. However, after reading some of the other profiles, I'm guessing that those are written generically enough to be mostly correct for anyone.

It Lives!

Had more time this evening so I inked and cleaned up the two Limpidity comic strips and uploaded them. So after a long hiatus, there's an update. And there was much rejoicing throughout the land. A little rejoicing? Anyone? *sound of crickets* Oh well. :)

Also, I started a limpidity community. Don't know how much use that will get but I'll post update notices there so it may be easier to watch that than to check the website.
morton blvd

The Flat Tire Blues

Went to the post office
Saw the left rear tire was flat
Had to pump it up
And bring it to the service facility
I got the flat... flat tire blues. (Okay, that doesn't sound like the blues at all!)

The repair took only a few minutes. The service tech brought out the patch kit and took care of it right in the parking lot. There was an screw embedded in the tire. Now who puts screws on the road anyway? Usually, it's nails. The patch didn't look at all like what I thought it would. It's just a strip of brown material, like bacon. After removing the screw with pliers, he threaded the bacon into a big needle and then used the needle to push the bacon into the tire. Then he applied some clear sealant and reinflated the tire. And it was good to go.

This evening's fortune cookie says "Plan for many pleasures ahead." Okay.

I think it's going to rain tomorrow. There may be a hurricane too. Hope the weather is good for the picnic on Sunday.