Yes, I’m STILL HIGH from the kickassedness of So You Wanna Be An OpenStack RDO TripleO Active Technical Contributor but I need to move on. It’s two days later.
It’s Thirsty Thursday and that just doesn’t resonate.
— K Rain Leander (@rainsdance) March 23, 2016
And actually I’m way more serious than joking.
Actually, I’m SERIOUSLY sipping spa rood RIGHT THIS SECOND.
I’m sipping water with bubbles because, especially living this close to the German border, water with bubbles is more commonly the water of choice. But it took me a long time to get to this place. The first time I tried it was on accident; I ordered bottled water and they brought the default bottled water which included bubbles. Thankfully my husband LOVES water with bubbles so he drank it for me, but I was really thirsty for water and had no idea how to order it without bubbles. And the wait staff didn’t speak English.
Also, could this article be more boring?
I could focus on the facts and research on water.
Water is a transparent fluid which forms the world’s streams, lakes, oceans and rain, and is the major constituent of the fluids of organisms.
Density: 1,000 kg/m³
Boiling point: 100 °C
Molar mass: 18.01528 g/mol
Melting point: 0 °C
IUPAC ID: Water, Oxidane
And if you’d like some dense reading to help you fall asleep, besides my wonderful blog, of course, take a gander at Exploring market-based environmental policy for groundwater management and ecosystem protection for the Great Lakes region: Lessons learned.
So you see my conundrum.
I’m not sure what to do with Thirsty Thursdays. Or maybe it’s just that I tried to write a post about water. I’d love to hear your thoughts about Thursdays.
Think Thursdays? Through Think and Thin Thursday? Third Thursday?
Water we to do?