Wow. This has been a very short week. I’m sure it doesn’t feel that way to my poor Sam, but it does to me. That’s what happens when you sleep through most of it, I suppose. I’ve avoided acknowledging the possibility that Katie AND I have mono, but I have the same symptoms she does, and neither of us are getting any better.
My dreams are increasingly weird. I have to think that I’ve slept so much that my brain is done with ordinary processing, so now it’s dredging up All That Weird Shit. Increased hypnagogic episodes, oh joy. I hate those!
Continue reading ‘Gone Already?’ »
Dexter. Katie borrowed the first season DVDs from her boyfriend and we started watching them today. Now I don’t want to stop.
You have to have a fairly morbid sense of humor to appreciate them. I was afraid they’d be too gross, but it’s no worse than CSI.
It’s a very Scorpio series.
Sam and I spent most of our date time looking at laptops. Yes, we’re finally replacing the one that died last summer. Yay!
I find it easier to put what I find online in context after having actually played with a bunch of machines tonight, so I’ll be doing a lot of research online.
Anybody have any strong recommendations or good/bad experiences to share? Knowledge of any places that give “educational discounts” that aren’t just “steer your students to us and we’ll give you a little lower price on your own machines” deals? Sure experience exorcising Vista from a “Vista-compatible” PC? Please speak up!
Continue reading ‘Laptop Research & Shopping’ »
During our date, Sam and I saw the full moon, then part of the lunar eclipse. Gorgeous! Katie and her fella are out moon-gazing and taking photos.
Continue reading ‘Lunar Eclipse’ »
Warning: The following photo may engender extreme reactions in bibliophiles. View with caution.
Continue reading ‘Stairway to Heaven’ »