I have graduated from the single-serve coffee pods to a 5-cup coffee maker. I also now have a canister just for coffee. I drank the equivalent of eight cups today. No, they were notallcaffeinatedwhywouldyouthinkthatwhatareyouimplyingIcannotbelieveyouthinkIhaveaproblem
Actually, all but two cups were decaf.
Your idea to make dark chocolate mini versions of your Krackel and Mr. Goodbar?
Best. Idea. Ever.
The best pizza in the world is from a little place in Ozark, Alabama, named DiFlippo’s. And tonight, that’s what we had for dinner.
My mom has told me that they might go out of business soon. The current owner is advancing in age, and his children don’t really want to continue the business. So I like to have it whenever I come home if I can.
If I find that they really are going out of business one day, I think I’m going to ask them for the recipe for their sauce.
The really random thing I eventually want for our living room once we ramp up the process of redoing it (it’s currently like number four on our list) is to eventually get my great-grandmother’s mantle clock fixed. I like clocks in general, and it’s a nice piece of history, so I’d like to get it working again.
It’s so sad after all the houses in the neighborhood have taken down their Christmas lights. Just another reminder that the holidays are over…
Not to mention that our house is the only one on the block that doesn’t have much outdoor lighting. In a way, it’s kind of nice…you can actually look up and see stars. It’s one of many ways in which the place where we live feels like we’re out in the country when we’re really not.
Not that I’m going out and looking at stars tonight. It’s so cold, too.
Is it just me, or is it an ironclad law that if a couple has ever had their marriage chronicled on a reality TV show, that couple will be divorced not too long afterwards?
Another random thought challenge game! Today, while I’m working, I’ll try to put down thoughts that come into my head, of course, updating each time something new happens. Here we go:
- I don’t know about you, but whenever I hear “Amazing Grace” on bagpipes it always gets a little dusty around my eyes.
- Sign #142 I’m in the real world now: it seems like around 11:00 in the morning I start thinking about lunch. It used to be that when 11:00 rolled around, I thought about breakfast.
- A lesson that I’ve learned three times in the past year: just when I think I know Java decently well, I find out I don’t know Java.
- Okay, so this isn’t producing that many thoughts. That’s because I’m actually doing work. Aren’t ya proud of me?
- One of work’s cardinal rules: if, at some point during your workday, you do not encounter a feeling of helplessness, your job’s too easy.
- Okay, so that’s a knee-jerk reaction: today I’ve started about five different projects, and had the opportunity to complete none of them.
- Three days, sweetheart! I can’t wait to see you!