Oh, science – why have one unit of measurement when you can have four? Continue reading I’m sorry that I accidentally cleaned your barometer…
There’s a game called Scattegories that some of you may have played before. Each round, someone rolls a 26-sided die. The roll determines what letter is chosen, and then each person gets a few minutes to answer as many questions … Continue reading Sometimes I’m not as good at things as I think I’m going to be
Shall I compare Brasso to a summer’s day? Thou art more shiny and much more fragrant. Rough hands do shake the bottle ’til empty, And Eight ounces’ lease hath all too short a rent. I’m beginning to puzzle out the mysteries of my … Continue reading Shall I compare Brasso to a Summer’s Day?: Amelia Cuckoo 2
For weeks I’ve been tracing this Ansonia clock over message boards and under private collections, through hoops of silver, brass, pewter, gold, and steel. I’m happy to report that I caught that wascally wabbit and will soon be cooking him … Continue reading Knight in Kind-of Shining, Possibly Gilt, Armor
I think we’re long overdue for a successful clock-fixing blog post so I’m here to deliver. Well at least, I started the delivery truck and I’m backing out of the driveway. I have “SUCCESS” plugged into my GPS. It says … Continue reading I’m fixing this gosh-darn clock whether you like it or not
There were once two wise men. The first man believed he could fly, and demonstrated. The second man said, “That’s not flying, that’s falling with style!” And such is life. Since my filing down of the spring shaft on the … Continue reading Flying
You guys rock for following my blog! To celebrate this momentous occasion I decided to take pictures of some of the beautiful clocks that my dad has collected throughout his lifetime. One of the main reasons I do what I … Continue reading 10 Followers! Woohoo!
Why am I even doing this? Continue reading Why Make a Blog?
This clock is a-freaking-dorable. Continue reading Lux Bluebird Pendulette