We’re leaving tomorrow to take Hailey to Japan for a week and I’m full of anxiety because I am a terrible traveler but Hailey and Victor are okay with me hiding in the hotel so it’s good that they have low expectations. That said, I really want to go to the Parasite Museum and watch a robot do burlesque and hike through a volcano and you should let me know if there is anything else amazingly weird that we absolutely should do/see in Japan.
Since I’m leaving tomorrow I’m doing my weekly wrap-up early and I’m not sure if I’ll have access to my blog in Japan so next week I think I’m going to share some of the best-loved bloggess posts of the last 12 years. If you have a special request, let me know.
And on an entirely different subject, it’s time for the Sunday wrap-up!
Shit I made in my shop (Named “EIGHT POUNDS OF UNCUT COCAINE” so that your credit card bill will be more interesting.):
- As requested: Lawson Academy for Gifted Strangelings Bookbag
- A lot of you asked me about my TMS treatment for depression and anxiety and I asked my doctor the questions and we decided it was easier to just make a casual video where I ask him the questions and you can see me in the chair getting treatment. If you aren’t interested in TMS this will bore the shit out of you but if you are like me and anxious about treatment about anxiety it may help.
- My parents have not managed to catch the small survivors of the Oregon Trail but they are thriving and eating all of the my dad’s shop cat food.
- My favorite part about this is all the explanations you came up with for how it got there.
- Damn good company.
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