I would really like to add some Netflix "Friends" so I can find out what people I know think of various movies, get recommendations and so on. So far I have only one friend. I invited my mom twice but she must not be getting the notices. I know she subscribes to Netflix! Anyway, if you do Netflix and would like to see me up as a friend, or vice versa, my email is wdarling [@] abraxis.com
1. What do you do for fun?
Travel. I do lots of other stuff, but travel is a biggie.
2. Is there a person from your past you would like to talk to again, even if it would be a potentially painful conversation?
Well, I'm always up for talking with Susy. We do email now and then but we don't do the phone and I haven't seen her in the flesh in like 6 years.
3. What is your favorite comfort food?
Bread and butter.
4. What is your preferred form of self-expression? (Do you dance; or express yourself through music, conversation, etc.)
5. You just received $5000; what do you spend it on?
$1000 on needed home-improvements, rest goes in my savings account.
Well, I did eventually manage to wake up a bit more and "do stuff." Imagine!
Went out to East Atlanta with the boys for a shopping trip. At the little pet store there, got litter and hay for the guinea pigs. Found a really nice red shirt at Thread Zepplin, one of my fav vintage/used shops in town. Then we ran to catch the bus back Downtown.
Once I got home, I fell asleep again for 30 minutes, but before I knew it Caleb was calling inviting me over for dinner. Lucky for Daniel and me, he made a wonderful dinner, this penne, mozzarella & tomato thing he does, and I brought over several kind of pesto and olives, which we had with these yummy crackers I bought the other day. Caleb's place looked really nice; all the improvements he's made have come together and made it a lot more cozy.
After that I'm not exactly sure what I did specifically, but it wound up with the boys coming over, playing with the cat, eating cheese & crackers and watching Annie Hall, which neither of them had ever seen. They each laughed a few times so I hope they liked it at least a little.