Whoah, I made it to midnight without somebody else telling me I was stupid. I figured it would come in threes like most things.
Meanwhile, just read a neat book synopsis sent to me by a friend, got my head going. Good stuff! (Dear ccoyle
: I will send comments probably tomorrow.)
Caleb and I went for a walk tonight to check out the Madonna crowd around Philips. Saw some truly enviable 80s style outfits. Way to go, girls!
BTW, in case I didn't mention it here, thanks to his employer being VERY generous in the freebie department, Daniel is taking Caleb to see Madonna tomorrow night. (Ai yai yai, they are so luccccckyyyyy!)
Speaking of music, it finally occured to me that now that I have a pop-up blocking browser (Firefox) I can get back to enjoying Bollywood music online. All the good ones I'd found (esp. Smashits.com) have a major problem with pop-ups, to the point where I dropped off using them. But now I can enjoy Bollywood to my heart's delight. I'm finding myself getting really sick of my CDs, 80s music and Classical. There are like 100 genres to explore and it's fresh stuff I really enjoy because I haven't heard it 1000 times. And I can dance to it too! Right now I've got on a WebCD I made ages ago, of the whole Taal
I was "bad" in England as far as eating and I've been that way since I got back, mainly because I had horrible headaches (required chocolate) and then got sick (don't care, needed comfort food). I don't feel too guilty or frustrated by the fact I have probably gained like 8 lbs. As soon as I'm 100% recovered from this cold (Monday) I will get back on the wagon and then in 2-3 months I'll get back down again. I mean, it's not irreversible damage and exercise and eating right wasn't really hard, plus it saved me money. (Though twinge of frustration: being a woman sucks. How the hell can I gain like 8 lbs. in 3 weeks and then it takes 3 months to lose it????)