Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Happy Earth Day!

To do: ----------------------------------------- Update in the evening:

Get dressed ------------------------------------- check
Take Prednisone for poison ivy ----------------------- check, it's working like a charm
Vote (Obama '08!) ---------------------------------check!
Stop at Starbucks? (Michelle may have already done this) --- check, Michelle got me my fav iced fat-free chai
Work (accruals, accruals, accruals!) -------------------- check, got them all finished before 3:00, earlier than usual!
Come home --------------------------------------check, altho I dawdled at work and didn't get home until 7:00
Laundry ----------------------------------------- check, gotta go switch loads soon
Dishes ------------------------------------------ check, Paul got them started before I got home and finished them while I was folding laundry
(Clean dining room floor?) --------------------------- not tonight...
(Vacuum family room?) ------------------------------not tonight...
Dinner (Cream dried beef?) ---------------------------check, and baked potatoes, it's delicious! and so easy!!
Crochet ------------------------------------------this is what I plan to do instead off cleaning & vacuuming...
Sleep --------------------------------------------again, instead of cleaning...altho the 'roids might keep me up for a while...!

In other news, I finished "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" by Jonathan Safran Foer last night. It was very good. Also very unique and, Han is absolutely right, very post-modern. You'll see what I mean if you read it. I highly recommend. He also wrote "Everything is Illuminated," which is also a good movie, but I barely remember the book because it's been a few years since I read it.

Peace out...


  1. Oooh, I voted! But there were no stickers and that made me sad.

  2. I was sad for lack of stickers too!! All I got offered was a pamphlet from a local republican who was on the ballot, but I didn't take it bc since I'm registered Dem I obviously couldn't vote for him - it was a primary! I was hoping for at least an "I voted" sticker. Sheesh.