Out of all of the dorms/apartments I’ve lived in, this one has the best view. Here’s a zoomed-in shot of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, taken from my new balcony.
First snowmobile trip of the year! That means lots of snowy pictures. :) This spot on the mountain was treated to the full force of the wind, so my fingers went numb. However, all that wind meant that trees like this one got a heavy dose of flocking.
I particularly like this photo because the white tree has a face: two dark vertical spots midway up the tree form the eyes and the larger horizontal spot below them serves as a scowling mouth. The errant branch sticking out on the left side might be interpreted as a shaking fist. Overall, I think its expression is akin to: “Get off my lawn, you whippersnappers!”
Boxidemic: a superabundance of boxes, storage containers, etc. in a particular area.
Example: The family room often experienced a boxidemic when Christmas decorating time came around.
Related nonwords: clutterish, cardbored, overtape
There is a nonstop boxidemic raging in our basement, but it has recently spread to the main living areas. Containers full of ornaments and holiday doodads have been toted up temporarily to be unpacked, creating an impromptu obstacle course.
I should also note that there is a boxidemic in the garage right now and it is my fault – but it is temporary too (I promise!) and will clear up when I get a new apartment where I can stash it all.
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