Come on, birds.
I just want to go to bed.
So please, STFU. It’s only 10 to 4.
I need to wake up early… ish.
Well not early. But I just want to fall asleep!!!
I’m just lying on my bed looking at the ceiling. Pretty much.
ShayCarl suggested a yurt because it was a word that started with the letter y in a really old video.
I HAD ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA what a yurt was.
This is what wikipedia told me:
A yurt is a portable, felt-covered, wood lattice-framed dwelling structure traditionally used by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia. A yurt is more home-like in shape and build, with thicker walls than that of a tent. They are popular amongst nomads.
Traditional yurts consist of a circular wooden frame carrying a felt cover. The felt is made from the wool of the flocks of sheep that accompany the pastoralists. The timber to make the external structure is not to be found on the treeless steppes, and must be obtained by trade in the valleys below.
The frame consists of one or more lattice wall-sections, a door-frame, roof poles and a crown. Some styles of yurt have one or more columns to support the crown. The (self-supporting) wood frame is covered with pieces of felt. Depending on availability, the felt is additionally covered with canvas and/or sun-covers. The frame is held together with one or more ropes or ribbons. The structure is kept under compression by the weight of the covers, sometimes supplemented by a heavy weight hung from the center of the roof. They vary regionally, with straight or bent roof-poles, different sizes, and relative weight.
A yurt is designed to be dismantled and the parts carried on camels or yaks to be rebuilt on another site.
Hmmm…. I didn’t bother to read any of this. Besides the first paragraph… or stanza. This isn’t a poem, Joanne! I’ll say paragraph. Or stanza. I can’t make up my mind.
Ω OHM SIGN!
Woody: Look, I just need to get out of here…
Buttercup: There is no way out!
[Woody stares at him in horror]
Buttercup: Just kidding. Door’s right over there.” —