- Current Location:home
- Current Mood:chipper (was the exact word I was looking for)
- Current Music:Whatever's in my head
And well...now I have another shot at it, as it were....
- Current Location:home
- Current Mood: contemplative
- Current Music:none
Also, I'll be getting Internet access on the go....
- Current Location:N Street Cafe...Midtown Sacramento, CA...
- Current Mood: depressed
- Current Music:Schubert's String Quintet in C Major
So then...the drilling started and then the dentist would use one of those quite sharp things they use when they clean your teeth, and then he said that "we're done" meaning that he didn't get all of the debris; that he stopped just short of the nerve....
Cutting to the chase now....I'm just slightly better off then I was the day before yesterday; meaning that the needed amount of novacaine, and then after all this...I was told that the tooth will have to be extracted...but that I will have to wait until 7 April....
Well that remains to be seen.... And all this is from the good folks at the Sacramento Native American Health Center
- Current Location:Peet's Coffee in Midtown....
- Current Mood:???
Yesterday my friend and I visited the San Francisco Exploritorium on the Embarcadero Waterfront. The picture below is part of a display that shows how lighting can turn a room into monochrome:
- Current Mood:accomplished
The Jewish cemetery
The Mediterranean Sea. I love this terrific colour!
Somewhere near Dead sea
Armageddon - the site of gathering of armies for a battle during the end times
The Sea of Galilee
He is very old, but looks like a puppy=)
A real cute puppy...
...who protects this birdie!
But, unfortunately, not all of them were happy to see us...)
Russian churches are the most beautiful!=)
Today we are returning to Moscow's spring. Before us is a pretty interesting place is abandoned design Bureau is one of the famous factory. Although it was closed about 5 years ago, the preservation of the building is striking. Moreover, nothing and does not remind of 2000-ies. Time seemed frozen somewhere in the beginning of 1990s.
( factory, stand up!Collapse )
If we lose Greystone, it will not only be a terrible blow to national history, architectural preservation, and environmental accountability, but it will be a great disservice to future generations who will never be allowed to experience this monument to architectural engineering and psychiatric medicine.
Please, if you like what we're creating here, share it around. We want word to spread about the state's plan to level the old hospital. The demolition of Greystone will be an event universally regretted by future generations. What we have sitting abandoned in New Jersey is a historical gem. Something to be celebrated, not destroyed.