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October 2, 2010

  • I won a $50 gift card in a Dallas Morning News drawing. I'll probably use it for groceries. I haven't been grocery shopping in weeks.
  • Lately at work, I've been doing more phone support than I used to. It entails working on the computer while talking on the phone. I asked for a headset for my phone, so I could have both hands free. The cost to state taxpayers was going to be $66. Amazon.com has a headset for $20, so I opted to spend the money myself instead of asking the state to pay for it. The $66 headset is the only headset the state could buy because of a contract. This is where government contracting goes wrong. If the $20 headset I buy is a piece of crap, I'll take that statement back. Not all government contracts are like this. The state can get some software titles for less. So, anyway, Texas... I saved you $46.
  • Speaking of Texas... The Texas/OU game I'm watching is painful. There's just one quarter left to turn it around. Hook 'em!
  • I've been practicing a vocal for a 24 minute prog rock song. I'll start recording it tomorrow. I like it!

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Inconvenient P.O. and comfy clothes

April 12, 2010

I love that there's a post office in the building where I work, but over the last few years, that post office has incrementally become inconvenient to the point that I'm going to start driving to a different post office at lunch when I have to mail a package.

First, they changed their opening time from "early enough to go before work" to 9:00 a.m.

Second, they only ever have one person working, so the line can get pretty long. Sometimes it's a grumpy person which makes an already inconvenient trip miserable.

Third, they removed the self-serve stamp machine so you have to go inside to buy stamps.

Fourth, when the line is so long that it extends out the door, they refuse to unlock the other side of a double door, forcing the people in line at the door to have to move out of the way every time someone exits.

And the final straw... today I went to mail a package at 1:00 p.m. to find a sign on the door that said they had gone to lunch and would be back at 2:25.

On another note, I am comfortable in my clothes today. Shoes, pants, undergarments and shirt... all very comfortable. I don't look like a million bucks, but I don't care. I wuv to be comfy.

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Class Action

January 9, 2010

I got an e-mail saying I am a member of a class action lawsuit against a popular online flower seller. It said that because I had made a purchase between specific dates and there was a shipping charge, I was entitled to a $10 voucher toward the purchase of flowers there.

Doesn't that seem to benefit the flower seller more than me? You can't get delivered flowers for $10.

I'm suspicious that it's really a promotional e-mail instead of a lawsuit.

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New Austin law prohibits texting while driving and more

December 23, 2009

Austin City Council passed an expanded version of a ban on texting while driving. I'm all for it. They expanded it to include doing anything with your phone besides talking. I'm all for that, too, except I don't see why people need to talk on their phones while driving either.

I don't use my phone in the car, so that part won't affect me. I do use my iPod, though, and even though the ban doesn't include iPods, a cop won't know whether I'm fooling with a phone or an iPod before he pulls me over. I don't want to get pulled over, so I can't be switching from music to podcast on my iPod while driving in Austin anymore. It should be noted, the ban doesn't include time sitting at a stop light, so there will be plenty of opportunities for me to goof around with it in between the mobile segments of an in-town trip.

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November 24, 2009

I went to the bank today to get a roll of quarters because I'll be driving on a tollway this week. Instead of humans behind a counter, my bank has humans on closed circuit TVs with pneumatic tubes. It's like a drive-through except inside with no cars. That always puts me in a bad mood. I miss the face to face human interaction.

So I sent my request for $10 worth of quarters from my savings account, and a lady's visage pops into the TV screen. She says, "Money Market?" I didn't know why, so I started from the beginning: "I would like $10 worth of quarters from my savings account." She replies, "Money market?"


After a couple more exchanges, she told me I only had $5 in savings. She could have told me that to begin with. That wasn't too much of a surprise, though, because I don't keep much in that account. So I asked her to take the $10 of quarters out my checking account. She says, "Your checking is overdrawn by $197." Wha??? I'm never overdrawn!!

She offers to transfer $197 from the money market to the checking to cover. I agreed, but later thought that was really stupid. Bringing my checking account to a $0 balance is no more help than it was when it was $-197. The next debit or check that came through would overdraw it again. tongue

When I got back to work, I got on my bank Web site and transferred some more money. I looked at the activity and couldn't figure out why I was overdrawn. I had to wait until I got home, and so it was nagging at me all afternoon.

Turns out I forgot to account for my auto-drawn car payment two months in a row. AND I forgot to reconcile my account at the beginning of this month, or I would have caught it. frown

The insult to injury? The two $40 penalties they charged me are itemized in my account as "Courtesy Pay." It's better than bouncing the payments, but still... it doesn't *feel* courteous. Jerks.

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Today is four things

October 31, 2009

  1. Today is Halloween. Happy Halloween!
  2. Today is the first day of my week-long staycation (meaning I'm staying home from work for a whole week).
  3. Today is NaSoAlMo eve (meaning the day before National Solo Album Month starts). That's why I'm taking a staycation.
  4. Today is UT vs. Okla State. Hook 'em 'horns!

I started the day by getting out of bed relatively early for a weekend (10:00 a.m.) and going to Chick-Fil-A for a chicken biscuit. To prepare for the rest of my staycation and NaSoAlMo, I'm going to spend today doing errands and chores. I need to buy toilet paper because no one wants to run out of toilet paper on staycation. I need to buy pet supplies, too.

I cleaned the shower while I was taking a shower. I plan to clear the old food out the refrigerator and attend to the paper clutter that's lying about. Attending to the paper clutter probably means I'll diligently file papers away for about 20 minutes and then put the rest in a box out of sight for later. I'll be doing this because I want a clean and uncluttered environment to be creative in.

What is today to you?

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Weekend To Do List

January 24, 2009

I'm battling allergies off and on this week. I missed one day of work, recovered for a couple of days (and actually felt wonderful). Now I'm feeling stuffy and itchy and ick again. I haven't taken a shower or eaten lunch, though... those things usually make me feel some better.

I have a to do list for this weekend:

  • Do my taxes (REFUND!!)
  • Take the comforter to the laundromat
  • Take the donations to the donation box
  • Buy dog food at the pet store
  • Buy cat food at the vet
  • Use my Central Market coupon for free chicken + tortilla soup kit
  • Put the window bird feeder up
  • Declutter the closet some more
  • Catch up on the new season of TV

I'll eat some enchiladas when I go to the laundromat. La Posada is right around the corner.

Have a great weekend!

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Sometimes internet convenience is more trouble than it's worth

September 20, 2008

Night before last, I heard a dripping under my bathroom sink. The hot water line was leaking, so I turned it off. I don't think I use hot water in the bathroom sink much, so no biggie. The shelf at the bottom of the cabinet under the sink was soaked and sagging. I checked the carpet in the music room on the other side of the wall, and it's wet. I'm drying it with a big box fan. This happened before (months ago). I stopped the leak before. I don't know what made the leak start up again.

It was the middle of the night when I heard the dripping. I was having trouble sleeping already, and this excitement didn't help. I decided I'd better file an insurance claim. I got all my paperwork out to see my deductibles and what's covered. I think my deductible is $1,250, but I don't understand the paperwork.

Anyway... I went to the insurance company's Web site, and it said I could file a claim online. Yay. I did, and it said someone would call me within 24 hours to finish the claim. Someone did, but I wasn't at my desk. She left a message to call the 1-800 number and give them my claim number. She said they were open 7 days a week, 24-hours a day. Yippee.

So I called back today. I got the voice recognition menu system. I got through the first few prompts and the phone menu robot asked me "is this a new claim or existing claim." I was stumped, but I said "existing claim" since it was already filed and had a number. The human who answered was completely stumped. She said my claim didn't look normal, and she had to ask someone else a bunch of questions about what was going on. Finally, she said... "Oh, you need to call back and choose "Option 1." There is no Option 1. I asked her if she meant I needed to choose "New Claim." Yes.

So I called back. This time, the "New Claim" guy was stumped. He told me that the claim "should have been" already referred to the Texas office, and that an adjuster would be calling me Monday. I don't really believe him, but my cynism has been wrong before. I don't really know what I can do with my disbelief anyway. We'll see if someone calls.

I really wish I hadn't filed the claim over the internet in the first place because it has resulted in MORE phone calls than if I had just called in the first place.

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Working at Home

July 25, 2008

I worked at home today. Someone wasn't thinking straight when they dubbed it telecommuting. It's noncommuting. Some call it teleworking. That makes more sense.

Some parts of my job are great to do at home, but the parts where I have to connect to the office network over the internet are grueling. Something that would normally take me 10-15 minutes took about an hour. I'm not doing that again if I can help it.

The nicest part about working at home is that at quittin' time, I'm already home. You'd think I could sleep later, too, but I like my Starbucks chocolatey coffee, so I still have to get up early enough to go get some. I also get to go for a chicken biscuit at Chik-Fil-A. It's close by home, but it's not on the way to work, so I don't normally go.

I'm also not one who can get up and work in her pajamas (which for me would be my t-shirt and granny panties). I like to be dressed to the shoes (as FlyLady would say) before I start working. It just doesn't feel right, otherwise.

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Ripley, X-Files, Janeane G, and the blasted fence

July 21, 2008

  • Ripley's doing much better since his stay in the hospital. I still need to find out the best kind of food to feed him so his bladder doesn't get blocked again.
  • This coming weekend is "X-Files" weekend. I'm going to Texarkana to see it with my bgf Shann. I watched 5 of the 6 episodes that Chris Carter recommended watching before going to see the movie. Right now, Post-Modern Prometheus is my favorite episode.
  • Speaking of my bgf Shann, she pointed out that Janeane Garofalo graduated from my high school the same year I did. My only confirmation of that so far (besides Wikipedia and IMDb) is a program from my 5 year high school reunion that has her name in it. It's possible that she witnessed my first and only solo vocal performance in a football stadium. I sang "The Greatest Love of All." I even have a low fidelity recording of it.
  • Now that I have a new fence on one side of the yard, another part of the fence is falling down. I need some kind of strong cord to tie it up. I guess a trip to Home Depot is in order. Think I'll see Tony Stewart there?
  • In the 16 years I lived at my prior residence, my fence only broke twice. Now that I own a house, my fence barely gets fixed before it's broken again.

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Ripley Cat, the Dead Body and Elton Hoot

July 15, 2008

  • Ripley cat is in the hospital. He had a blockage in his bladder. Poor thing.
  • On my way to work yesterday, I had to take a detour because a train was blocking several intersections. There were police at each of the train crossings. Turns out there was a dead body on top of the train.
  • Saturday Night, my friend Ke hosted Elton John Hoot Night at her house. We played Elton John songs most of the night. I sang "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds." I know that "Lucy" is a Beatles song, but good ol' Elton had his own version. There's talk of more Hoot Nights: Rolling Stones, Police, Beatles, Billy Joel, Aerosmith. Who would you hoot?

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The Fourth of July African Cloud

July 4, 2008

  • Happy 4th of July, y'all!
  • This morning in the shower, I looked out the window and saw a cloud shaped like Africa. There was even another cloud attached to the top right of it that could have been Asia. Europe was missing, though.

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What I Didn't Do

February 6, 2008

I was home sick today for the third day in a row. Since I didn't do much, I'll make a list of the things I didn't do:

Fly in a plane
Go to work
Star in a movie
See a human face to face (yet... I might order a pizza later)
Write a song
Drink champagne
Photograph an elephant
Wrestle an alligator
Take a nap in the afternoon

This list is not all inclusive.

I have a penguin calendar on my wall by my computer desk. Each week starts with Monday, and that always screws me up because I'm used to weeks starting with Sunday. Yesterday, I thought it was the 6th all day long.

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Mars, Orion and a Shooting Star

December 17, 2007

Lily got me up about 4:30 this morning to go outside. That used to be an ordeal at my old house because I would have to take her for a walk down the street. Now, all I have to do is open the sliding glass door and let her out.

I did that and stood at the door looking up at the sky. It was so clear. I saw Mars. I questioned whether it was Mars because it was as bright as Jupiter, but it was clearly red. I checked online later, and it was right where Mars was supposed to be at that time. I saw Orion, my favorite constellation. I looked back at Mars, and just as I did, I saw a shooting star.

I thought about making a wish, but I also thought I need to be careful what I wish for. I might still have made a wish, but it was so early in the morning, I forgot. Can a wish come true if you forget you made it?

I love where I live now.

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I Saved A Grasshopper

November 20, 2007

I saved a grasshopper. I don't know that he was really in danger, but he was in my garage, and being stuck in my garage can't be much fun. So I picked him up with a fish net (not stockings... the kind of net you use to scoop dead fish out of an aquarium), and put him outside.

I also bought a camera. I've been carrying around a little keyring camera that takes fairly lousy pictures, but still handy when the need arises. The lens is cracked. I don't think the pictures are any more lousy, but I feel weird taking pictures with a cracks-lens camera. So....

I bought a Nikon Coolpix L11. It was $99 at Office Max. It's small enough to carry in my purse. Yay! I bought a 2GB memory card and some lithium batteries that the sales guy recommended. The lithium batteries don't fit, so I'll make another trip to Office Max tomorrow to return them.

I'm not doing any music tonight. I'll wait until after Thanksgiving. I need a break.

Happy Thanksgiving!!

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Spam E-mail

September 3, 2007

I have a different e-mail address for almost every Web site I register with, so I can track the ones that result in spam. Just recently, two of my accounts started getting spam e-mails: Movabletype and eHarmony. I'm surprised about Movabletype. I wonder how spammers got that one. It wouldn't surprise me if eHarmony sold my address. I was only a member of that site for about 24 hours. I didn't like the "shopping for a human" vibe. Maybe they sell the addresses of closed accounts.

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I'm Ready to Settle Down Already

August 11, 2007

I'm mentally ready to settle down into my new house and create a nice routine for living my life. Over the last several weeks, I've been busy getting into the new house and getting out of the old one. Today I went over the clean the old place. Tomorrow I hand over the keys. I'm ready for a weekend where I don't have to worry about either house, a weekend where I can just enjoy my new life. I still have things to unpack and lots of arranging to do at the new house, though.

Last night, I took a break from that stuff and participated in a table reading of a screenplay that my friends Keely and Spike wrote. That's the most fun I've had in ages (not including the weekly music jams). I read five small parts. The most fun was a JT, a "Federline-esque bad hip-hop lingo spouting boy band member." He kept saying "Word!" heh

Tonight's our Saturday Night Music Jam. I need to go take a shower, grab a bite to eat, and then go sing and maybe play some bass guitar. Tomorrow, I hope I have some time to rest.

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It's a good thing I'm moving soon

July 27, 2007

Last night, about 2:00 a.m., I woke up with a start. I was disoriented, and I thought I'd heard someone pound on my front door. Lily wasn't barking, though, and she always barks. I got up, and peeked out the window, but didn't see anything.

The pounding was gunfire. This morning, the Crime Scene Forensics truck was next door removing bullets from the inside of my next door neighbor's garage. No one got shot that they're aware. Apparently, the people across the street who have gatherings until all hours of the morning these days got out of hand and started shooting.

A lady in my neighborhood was complaining that it was "2 a.m. in the frickin' morning." I guess there are proper times and improper times for people to be shooting in our neighborhood.

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Time for the Quickie Lube

May 17, 2007

This weekend, I need to go to the Quickie Lube. I know because my windshield washer fluid is out. I guess I might as well get my oil changed while I'm there, too. heh

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Right now I'm 42...

April 27, 2007

but when next I write, I will be 43. I'm off to H-town to celebrate my birthday. I googled Houston and Birthday, and it came up with this cake [no longer available]. I think that means the trip is going to be out of this world!

You mice can party while I'm away. Have a great weekend!

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Just a Slice of Cake Will Do

April 19, 2007

Yesterday, I went through the Starbucks drive through like most mornings. I ordered a mocha and a slice of marble pound cake at the speaker. When I got up to the window, the tall blond barista with the great smile started to confirm my order. "You had an iced decaf grande no whip mocha and ...." The barista looks at me, looks back at the register, and looks back at me. "It says here you had a [starts to chuckle] pound of marble?"

I started giggling and couldn't speak. That made him smile and laugh some more, which in turn made me smile and laugh more. He says, "I'm going to quit Starbucks if they start asking me to slog a pound of marble through this little window." That made us both laugh even more. We were caught in a continuous loop of contagious laughter. Then he handed me the little bag holding the marble pound cake and said, "Here's your pound of marble." heh I giggled all the way to work.

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Working on Me

April 12, 2007

I joined Curves this week. Some of my co-workers go there at lunch three times a week. I figure they can keep me motivated to go. Right now I'm motivated without their help. As a result of working out, I have extra energy, and the downer I've been on lately has subsided somewhat.

I've also been working on my attitude. I'm trying to be more patient with people and think less negatively about so many things. It's going to take a lot of work. I've been the way I am for almost 43 years, and it hasn't served me well. I remember being impatient even as a child. I want to learn not to think so much about things. I want to not have so many expectations of people and events that I end up disappointed. I want to live, and I want to be happy.

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April 6, 2007

I got a haircut. I feel much lighter. The morning routine should be a little quicker.

Ugly Girl with Short Hair

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The Quest to Shine

April 5, 2007

I thought a lot today about what it means to shine. I think it�s about being positive and confident. It�s all that �love yourself� stuff.

I always think if I can lose weight, I�ll love myself more. I�ve been eating better, and I walked up eight flights of stairs at lunch today. I got up to the fourth floor and started to take the elevator the rest of the way. Then a very strong thought came to my mind. If I didn�t push myself to go up the other four flights, that I could never expect any good to come my way in life. I�m not sure what that was about, but I headed on up the stairs.

I don�t think losing weight is the key to loving myself, though. I think it�s more about attitude. I�ve got a long way to go with that.

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Identity Theft Sucks, But Shoes Are Fun

March 17, 2007

Someone (NOT me) wrote a hot check for $1400 about a year ago. The check was not from my bank. The check did not have my address printed on it. Yet my driver's license number was written on the check.

Now a collection agency is after me, the hot check is on my credit report, and I got a message on my answering machine yesterday that an attorney will be sending the information to a local county court or something, and they will issue a subpoena. The guy who left the message told me his name (last name unintelligible), the attorney's name (last name unintelligible), directed me to call his office, yet didn't leave the telephone number. I called the number that showed up on my caller ID, and the recording said "[Unintelligible] Asset Management." Sheesh.

I've filed a police report. I've done an online dispute form for my credit report (that was a pain in the arse, and I'm not sure if it even went through--I'm going to call a human there sometime this week). I put a fraud alert on my credit reports. I've talked to the collection agency, and they were going to send me a formal letter, but it's been a couple weeks, and I still don't have a letter. I feel so helpless.

How can I be in trouble for a check I didn't write from a bank I don't have an account with? And who the hell wrote MY driver's license on the check? :angry

On a lighter note, I found the DSW shoe store today that I couldn't find last weekend and bought 3 pairs of shoes. happy

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No Shoes for You

March 10, 2007

I drove 20 miles today to shop for shoes at DSW Shoes. When I got there, the store was closed down and empty. I drove around a bit to see if it might have moved nearby. While I was waiting at a light, a guy in a tow truck on the passenger side of my car got my attention. I rolled down the window, and he asked me directions. I HATE IT when people ask me directions. No one likes to hear "I don't know." That's what I should have said, though, because I ended up giving him the wrong directions. Now I feel like an idiot.

I didn't see another shoe store, so I came home. I looked DSW up on the internets, and found that they had moved just across the highway. I wasn't up to driving the 20 miles to go back there.

I'm pretty tired of life right now. I know a lot of people have it worse than me, so that's all I'll say about that.

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Work and Week

March 9, 2007

  • I shouldn't talk about work here.
  • I would think I can link to things that talk about work, though.
  • My new boss mentioned in the same article as Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • It's been a rough week. I think I'll spend some time this weekend catching up on sleep, buying shoes, and decluttering bulky items. It's bulky trash day on Monday!!

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Today's Lunchtime Mishap

February 28, 2007

Yesterday's lunchtime mishap was getting a parking ticket. Today's mishap was getting pooped on by a bird. I wonder what's on the lunchtime mishap agenda for tomorrow.

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Dum Dum Deed of the Day

February 27, 2007

I parked at a parking meter at lunch. I put $1 in for an hour. Walking into the restaurant, I saw the meter guy checking meters. I thought, "I'm glad I put money in the meter." When I got back to my car, I had a ticket. That's when I realized I put the money in the wrong meter. Sheesh.

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Lunch with the Bomb Squad 2 - On Video

October 30, 2006

Turns out the bomb squad was called out where I ate lunch today because some guy went into a nearby school and was acting weird. The police questioned him, and he left, but he left his car there. There was a briefcase and a duffel bag in the car, and the bomb squad was there to investigate.

I mentioned the robot in my earlier post. It's cool!! I found a video from a newscast online where you can see the robot at work and a man in a funny suit. I'm not sure how long it'll be available. I think it's worth sitting through the short commercial at the beginning. Oh... and the reporter? She's standing right where my car was! heh

The bomb squad robot video

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Lunch with the Bomb Squad

October 30, 2006

Lunch at the Galaxy Cafe was exciting today. The bomb squad and haz mat team were there.

Haz Mat and Bomb Squad Trucks

They even had a robot on wheels.

Bomb Squad Robot

I'll have to watch the news tonight to learn more about what was going on. I haven't heard an explosion, so hopefully all is well.

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October 3, 2006

  • Today would be my Mom's 75th birthday. She died 12 years ago.
  • Shelly at work is going to have a baby.
  • I took Lily to the vet for a dental cleaning. They found a tumor on her leg, removed it and sent it to pathology. I'll find out in about a week if it's malignant.
  • Rob and Deborah at work got married.
  • On the way home from the vet (with Lily in the car), I had a flat tire and had to change it.
  • Donna at work has a new grandbaby.
  • Lily also had a cracked tooth that had to be removed. The vet bill was 4 times more than I was expecting because of all the extra stuff they had to do.
  • I only have a temporary spare tire, so I'll have to deal with that tomorrow. Luckily, I'd already scheduled off to watch over Lily.
  • I'm so hungry. I put a frozen dinner in the microwave. It's beeping now.

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I Can't Relax on Weekends

August 5, 2006

I can't ever relax on the weekends because I need/want to do so much. When I force myself to relax and not do much of anything, I forget to do important things like car inspections and buying dog food and the stress gets worse. Here's a bunch of stuff I have on my mind to do this weekend:

  • do the laundry
  • play on the internet
  • read Kurt Cobain's Journals
  • clean the carpet
  • write a song
  • work on picture galleries from trips and outings
  • finish a music meme I started
  • go grocery shopping
  • change my comment and trackback script filename to cut the d*** spam
  • work on recording the song I'm recording
  • Upgrade the software on the search engine at work
  • declutter
  • clean the living room
  • change the sheets
  • read "Exiles Challenge"
  • balance my checkbook
  • get the files ready to send off to get more Raspberry Silk CDs made
  • blog (doing this now!)
  • go to the library
  • make the skins on my website change automatically according to date
  • answer the emails that are backed up
  • watch movies and TV shows I've recorded on TiVo
  • sweep the front porch
  • wash my car
  • make steak and polenta
  • dust
  • start working on the Christmas part of my Website so it's ready before Thanksgiving
  • stop making this list (done)

There's never a shortage of things to do. The laundry's calling...

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A Moment of Panic

April 11, 2006

Yesterday, I stopped by a post office to mail something, and when I came out, I walked up to my car and clicked the remote unlock thingy. Nothing happened. I clicked it again. Nothing happened. I started getting that panicky feeling because it wasn't working. Then I looked into the car. I saw some headphones that looked like mine on the passenger seat. But then I realized that I didn't have those headphones with me. It wasn't my car!

It looked just like my car, though.

It was almost an hour later when I realized if it really had been my car and my remote unlock thingy stopped working, I could have just used to key to get in. tongue

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I'm wearing a skirt today

January 9, 2006

I was at CVS yesterday and saw some cool beige tights. I thought they would go great with a long brown skirt I have, so I bought them. I'm wearing them today. I can't remember the last time I wore a skirt to work.

Three people have asked me if I had an important meeting today. A few others have told me I look nice. Some asked why I'm wearing a skirt. I just answered, "I felt like being weird today." smile

This outfit is very comfortable. That's the only way to go-- comfortable. I'll do it again soon. smile

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