“Can she be a mom to her five kids and still be Vice President?” Hmm. Sheesh. Good question. I don’t know. Here’s also hoping she can figure out how to work the dishwasher at the Naval Observatory, and that she’ll have the good sense to keep a man around to help her with some of the big words she’ll no doubt encounter in documents and such.
The war against the improper use of “like,” all but won over the summer, has flared again with the resumption of school. “He was, like, talking on the phone.” “Nathan, just say ‘he was talking on the phone.’”
Google Chrome! Yawn. I’ve used most of the browsers out there (it might surprise you how many there are), and nothing ever comes close to tempting me away from Firefox.
Lea’s still enjoying her stained glass classes very much, and she’s doing some cool things. (Perhaps she’d entertain the idea of allowing me to post a photo or two?) Now she’s thinking about some interesting panes for the doors in our entertainment center.
I had my first excellent meal at PF Chang’s this week. I’ve always liked the lettuce wraps, but have found the entrées forgettable. Well, the Singapore Street Noodles are excellent. It’s a chicken, shrimp, and vegetable situation with curry and garlic. It’s not the most aesthetically pleasing dish (looking rather like, well, street food), but it’s quite tasty. (Just stay off the lunch specials altogether. This was only $9.)
Both boys are after me multiple times a day to add some movement to the large, glass box of water in the study. A trip for damsels is in the near future.
Eliminating Wal-Mart from my life has been an unambiguous positive. (It’ll be two years next month since I set foot in one.) I recommend it. Is whatever one-stop “convenience” you perceive you’re getting worth the consistently unpleasant shopping experience?