The same cold front that brought us snow Sunday/Monday laid me out. One of these days I'm going to install a self-cleaning hydrocephaly drain in my right maxillary sinus and not give a damn how it looks because it will improve my quality of life so much I might stop using The Doctor Whose Advice To Pray Enabled My Chronic Sinusitis' name as a curse word. Or not. I hope she dies of brainrot.
Laurel's been a pain and a half lately but I hope she's saving it for the overpriced eye doctor, who we pay another $150+ to in two weeks so he can guess (the techs do all the measuring and last time they didn't even bother finding out what the vision in her right eye was) whether eyepatching has helped her lazy eye. If he pushes surgery again well save our money and tell her pediatrician we felt he was more interested in money than Laurel's vision. I'm perfectly content to take the same approach Tea's mother did with his younger brothers as years of eyepatching is much more affordable than some $10k+ eye surgery that's the most common procedure said children's eye practice does.
Slight update to the appearance of the main page at castle.geek.net to reflect the pruning of dead content (and contributors that are long out of touch) and get things ready for a D'Evelyn alumni project I've had incubating all year; also uploaded the November 2003 photos to odd harmonic.