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From Twitter 11-06-2010 [Nov. 7th, 2010|03:01 am]

  • 15:21:47: RT @vondanmcintyre: A thrill: my bead creatures included in the Smithsonian installation of The Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef http://bit ...
  • 15:23:43: Migraine: type of headache that arrives on beautiful sunny days producing photophobia and the inability to go out and enjoy the day. UGH.
  • 15:24:46: First-of-season white-crowned sparrows in song duel in old rosebush on bedroom end of house. I love birds, migraine doesn't.

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[User Picture]From: cdozo
2010-11-07 12:42 pm (UTC)
Hmmmm...I had a really, really (add the word "really" at least ten more times) bad migraine yesterday. I've been blaming it on the hairspray they put on me at the film extras gig. But if you had one too, perhaps I'm wrong and my film career could continue apace.

I got a migraine after my last extras gig, which was the first time they put hairspray on me. I got even sicker after this gig. So I've decided to give it one more try and then give up being an extra if I get sick again. I plan to bring some hypoallergenic, non-aerosol, hairspray for them to use on me (if they will).

But if you had a bad migraine yesterday too, maybe it's got nothing to do with hairspray. It may be Central Texas weather or a sensitivity to something that blooms when it gets cold.

I'll still switch to the special hairspray, but I'll be more open-minded to the idea that the headache wasn't related to the chemicals they put on me at the gig.
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[User Picture]From: amm_me
2010-11-07 04:41 pm (UTC)
Bah on the migraine. Yay for the arrival of the winter sparrows.

I'm not sure I know what white-crowns sound like. But I heard my first white-throated "old Sam Peabody"-birds last Saturday. Kind of tentative, as if first-year birds not quite sure of themselves. First just two or three whistles, not the full song, but the interval was distinctive and recognizable. Within a few days they were singing the full "whoo, whee, whee-dle-ee, whee-dle-ee." Time to shop for sunflower seed and fill up the feeder, though I think the fields are still full of seeds at this point. Matter of fact, some of the fall yellow comps better stop flowering and make their seeds! The bees are still bringing in golden leg-bags full of pollen.
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