Summer is upon, as are summer travel plans for some. Thus now seems like an apprioprate time to share this post from the Evolution of Security blog, which Robert sent me yesterday. Evolution of Security is the TSA’s blog, and based on a quick persuing is actually fairly interesting and down to earth.
Monthly Archives: May 2009
I have a bit of problem that I’m going to confess: I have a lot of stuff. Somehow over my (almost) 24 years I’ve managed to accumlate quite a bit in terms of wordly possessions. In anticipation of moving sometime this summer I have slowly been going through my room trying to weed out things I don’t need. I threw out that binder of papers from the write on competition last summer, I have a bag of clothes ready to be donated, and I listed a bunch of my old college books for sale on amazon.
I finished it the fall of 2007 and have woren it maybe once, and I was at home by myself. The only reason I made this sweater was to use up the yarn. This yarn has lived a very toturted existence. I first made a sweater with but then realized I didn’t have enough of it. I then made a vest with it and it was much too big. And since completeing this third incarnation it has sat around in my room and somehow developed a mysterious hole in the collar.